I’m one of those people who subscribes to a few inspirational feeds and it never ceases to amaze me that while I know these go out to a gazillion people, I think most of them apply to me on the day they arrive. :)
One, in particular, really resonated in several ways . . .
No. 1 – I’m not online as much as I used to be and that includes writing content for this blog. I often feel a sense of guilt that I’m not cranking out the content. Of course, having lots of content doesn’t always equal great.
Do you ever feel as if a lot of blogs are posting the same photos over and over again with captions of “love”, “j’adore” or worse yet, some “explicative . . . . amazing.”? I’ve been guilty of the photo thing - based on the need to quickly get a post going and to have a reference photo for the content. You know we’re only supposed to want to see pretty pictures, right? (That’s according to the experts.)
(Pretty picture from my garden.)
I have to say, I’m blessed and thankful that I have been busy as a bee. Of course, it’s the double-edged sword of
being feeling relevant in the ever-changing, fast-paced here and now. I know writing this blog is supposed to give folks some insight as to who I am or about my work but posting everyday may dilute that message, IMHO.
No. 2 – I’ve been in the process of creating a new website. Let me tell you, that hurts the brain in ways beyond mind torture! Trying to get enough of my mission, message and processes across without requiring a double-espresso for the reader . . . it takes a lot of editing and word power. I’ve come to the conclusion that my business is a personal, one-on-one interior design firm. Guess what? That requires some personal, one-on-one conversation. Some revelations sure help you get down to the nitty-gritty!
No. 3 – I think it’s time for the world of interiors to do the same. Create great design content for specific projects, personalities and people. Less about taking a trend to the nth-degree of not being able to stand it and more about embracing character, charm and unique individuals. There is a fine line between today’s “current” and tomorrow’s “passé”.
To make a long story short . . . “Say less, mean more” – and when you do, make it count.
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