3rd October, 2014. 11:14am
Blogging 101, Day 15: Content Loves Design
Today’s assignment: open the Customizer and try out some new fonts and colors (and backgrounds and/or headers, if you’re still undecided).
Oh, great. Here we go again.
Sorry, I think I’ll sit this one out as I’m already contented with my blog’s current design. However, I do find today’s daily prompt quite interesting so I’m gonna take that one instead of our day 15 assignment.
Today, Daily Prompt asks:
“Follow your inner moonlight; don’t hide the madness.” — Allen Ginsberg
Do you follow Ginsberg’s advice — in your writing and/or in your everyday life?
I like this question because it’s like asking whether you’re being real or a faker. Well, let me just say that When My Brain Farts is the side of me that doesn’t get unleashed more often in real life. Does that count as censoring myself?
I DON’T KNOW. Maybe. Maybe not.
The truth is everyone around me should actually be grateful that I tried myself not to be such a bitch to people. Some people say that I’m sweet and funny and whatever, but I really don’t see myself as that. Me? Funny. Haha. Yeah, right. So no, my answer to that question is NO. I don’t follow that in my everyday life. It’s like that truth serum thing again, you know. Life’s a bit more fun with a few white lies.
As for this blog, now that’s another question. I said I wouldn’t censor this blog and I’m proud to say that I have been living up to that rule ever since I registered this a year ago. Why not? Because when I open up this blog, I wouldn’t thought it would gain followers. I never imagined people would actually read my posts. Perhaps not the people who should be reading it, but that’s kinda the point. If they started reading this, I don’t know.
In this blog, I don’t have to lie. Usually, I don’t even in real life (what I meant was, I try not to; come on, everyone lies). And I’ll say that there’s a part of me that doesn’t feel like sharing it here, but so far, everything you have read here, every single detail – the good, the bad, the crazy, the obsessed and the lunatic – they’re all me. And that’s something I’m not ashamed of.