I have a blogging dilemma. My blog is eclectic, because I am a woman of many interests.
Most of the blogs that I read are streamlined and focused on one general topic. There are blogs that give household tips, decor advice, and DIY tutorials. There are the blogs about travel which include plenty of information on travelling, adventures in new places, and are full of photos. Some writers have blogs that include writing tips, samples of their fiction, and poetry. Some bloggers simply write about life in general–what their thoughts are on local, national, and international events, humanity, society, and quips about daily life experiences.
Then there is my blog.
It doesn’t have one genre. I post furniture & decor projects, interior decorating that I’ve done to include home improvement. I post my musings, poetry, photography, scholarly writing and other various writing. I have just started sharing about my adventures of moving to and living in Germany and will be posting a lot of travel related writing. I post about life–big and little moments.
I came across a post from The Daily Post’s “Blogging 201” series the other day. Blogging 201, Day One: Set Three Goals encourages the blogger to “consider what you want to accomplish with your blog.”
When I first started my blog, my intentions were to share my writing and musings. Then I began posting my DIY home improvement projects, furniture makeovers, and various crafts. It has grown into an eclectic mess.
Do I simply leave it as is? Should I have two or three different blogs?
Tell me what you think I should do!