|Cute or not?|
Anyway, I have been feeling quite bothered and irritated, and to be honest, sad lately. But I have no idea why I am feeling sad.
Anyway, so I read a Hyperbole and A Half, and the author wrote this post about her “Adventures in Depression” which I thought describe part of what I felt. I love the way the author writes her post and some of my posts may be under her influence (like this one).
|And that’s Allie or Ms Brosh.|
Needless to say, her drawings are so much cuter and more adorable and OF COURSE better than mine in all sense. I am not even trying to compete with her- in fact, I venerate her humor, her art and her writing style. Reading it so much in the past few days has somehow influence my writing too.
Allie, I have to tell you that I love you, your humor, your drawings and your blog so so much. -shy-
Moving on, I have had a Blogger’s Block for quite a few days. Nothing came to mind when I sat down, nothing inspired me at all. I just spent my time reading AHAAH (eh he cute acronym for A Hyperbole and A Half, huh?) and Xiaxue’s blog alternatively, suffering from spasms of headache and nauseousness in between.
On Friday I took leave from school during break and I went home.
I slept almost all day.
When I woke up, I was uninspired and like
|“Oh God, why?”|
I was having a blogger’s block.
But thankfully that was cured about half an hour ago.
Another thing that has been disturbing me is my declining page views. Now, I do know that a lot of bloggers will be telling you, “You should just blog good content and have the passion, don’t care about the page views.”
I beg to differ.
While page views should not be a blogger’s topmost priority, it should be ON the list of top priorities. Why? Pageviews reflects how well your contents are reaching the audience. It is a type of affirmation that hey, you blog good content, you are either humorous, interesting or informational, and therefore people are reading you.
Reading your blog, I mean, sorry about that.
So yes, I do value all my page views and a soaring page view does make me rejoice while a dipping one may make me feel sad, I have to admit. When I get pageviews and comments, I feel like my blog is being appreciated, and it is sort of a reassurance to my blogging skills, I guess?
For bloggers who insist on “passionate blogging with no care to page views”, I think majority are either lying, acting noble or blog lousy content and are hence finding some excuses for it.
To that I shall say
|Bahhhh. That was what I learnt from Xiaxue. But better with a real sheep.|
Oh wells. That shall conclude my post. And I shall now go blog about something else.