In one way I failed in my blog every day in February experiment, because I didn’t actually blog every day. My plan on days where I didn’t have much to say was to post a photo I had taken that day or link to something cool online, but that required me to actually sit in front of my screen to happen. Some days I just didn’t make it to my laptop. February sort of kicked my butt.
Even though I didn’t actually blog every day I did figure what I want Team Espinoza to be about, our family. I like blogging about what we are reading, eating, watching, our kids, big events, and where we are going.
I thought about becoming a “San Antonio Mom Blogger” and write about San Antonio stuff. I also thought about becoming a Food Curator and tell you about all the amazing recipes I find online. I will still do that occasionally, but not all the time.
Product or event reviews are tempting when you see friends getting invited to blogger events, but I am not in it for the free stuff. I’ve always had a weird feeling about product reviews or paid blog posts when they are requested. The only stuff I like to write about is the stuff I buy and love and feel the need to tell others. Maybe I’ll post a giveaway or something. I won’t say that I won’t ever write a product post, but the chances are slim.
This blog is my doodle pad and my journal. I am glad it is here. I have fallen back in love with this place on the interwebz. Because I write it for myself I don’t look at site traffic or comments. Although, it is nice to have readers! Thank you Dawn, Sharon, and Breanna!
I can’t wait to post more. I always have ideas. I watched the Top Chef Finale! Hooray for the winner! Also, I finished reading Adriana Trigiani’s book, “The Shoemaker’s Wife.” It was a little too long, but I loved the imagery of Italy and New York City. I am also a sucker for a coming to America themed book.
I couldn’t keep up with the pace of posting every day, but I am glad I pushed myself to try something new. This blog really feels like my new creative workspace to write whatever I feel like. I am happy to have my own space that I own online to record my family’s memories.