Michelle did a tag on her blog some days ago and I thought I`d steal some of the questions and answer them myself on here. Many of the questions were about book blogging, but I`ve of course changed them. 🙂
Where do you typically write your blog posts?
In my room. Usually at my desk, but sometimes in my bed too or sometimes in the living room too.
How long does it take for you to write a post?
It usually doesn`t take that long, perhaps between 15-30 minutes. Depends on what kind of post we`re talking about, though. Personal posts are longer, but it sometimes takes me less time to write a regular update.
When did you start your blog?
I started this blog in August 2015. Soon three years ago.
What is the worst thing about having a blog in your opinion?
Honestly, for me there`s not really anything negative that I experience. Maybe because barely anyone I know “in real” read my blog, but to those who experience it; the “worst thing” must be negative comments and people who believe they know everything about you or deserve to know what`s going on in your life.
What is the best thing about having a blog in your opinion?
Having a voice and having a space on the internet that`s only mine. That and being able to touch people with my words.
What blog posts have you had the most fun writing so far?
Hard to pick between so many, but I think I`ll say the posts about my trip to Amsterdam. It was a dream come true and it felt amazing to finally visit a country I haven`t been to and to be able to share some of the great memories I have from there.
What is your favorite type of blog post to write?
Travel posts. I also really like writing about important topics and hearing your thoughts and opinions, as well.
When do you write?
Sometimes in the morning, sometimes during the afternoon, sometimes in the evening. There`s no fixed timings, but sometimes it depends on when I have time. Also, I can be a night owl sometimes and like to write after 9-10 PM, because the nights can be so peaceful.
How often do you post?
I try to blog once every day most of the time, but life happens, you know.