The cool part about not having any readers is my audience is basically myself. And I'm amazing. And I think I'm an amazing blogger.
The shitty part about not having any readers is not having any readers.
When we break up I'm going to do something similar on all my social medias. "We have ended our relationship after thoughtful consideration and still care about each other and will remain civil for our main priority: our cat, Celia." Lol like who gives a fuck?
Social anxiety and general excessive pit sweat got you down? Want to wear your fave articles of clothing but you just know you'll wreck them because they're all up in your pits' grills? Just throw some pantiliners on that shit. Voila. No pit sweat or embarrassing physical traits on your favorite tees and sweaters.
Been trying to really sell my shit on Instagram and saw these IGs where they post your art and they have thousands of followers so I was like THIS must be how ppl have a gajillion followers! So I reached out to one and this is what happened. Figures. Everything's always about money.
Scrolling through my art IG, I ALWAYS come across an "Oddly Satisfying" video of some chick stretching goo. Like. Wtf? I clicked on the video just to see if they actually had followers and likes and they have thousands. Even a shop. Like...ok, so people follow them to watch videos of people stretching goo and then buy the stretchy goo I'm guessing? Life makes no fucking sense.
Oh, and get the fuck off my feed.
Strike #2. Participated in a craft fair to sell all my shit I'd been making: sold 1 thing in 8 hours. Paid Instagram to promote an artwork for 7 days: nothing. Does the world just not care for art and books or do I just suck? Hmm.
Been wanting to do a photoshoot of all my books since I got my new DSLR camera. Took 200. Of just "About a Girl." Just 11 more to go? IDK I've lost count. Now I have to weed through them, but I gave my website a new makeover and added a page called "Gallery" - that's where I'm going to put all my glamour shots, so keep a look out!