I started my blog 6 months ago and have enjoyed every single moment of creating and writing it. I thank everyone who has read, commented, shared and supported me on this journey.
My goal when I started What Remains Now, was to use it as a creative outlet for myself to write about the things I love and am interested in. Since I am writing about a variety of things, I wanted to write on a schedule so if you enjoyed certain topics, you’d know exactly when to find them. I wanted to write relatively short posts so you could check it daily or just as easily check it weekly. I wanted you to know me like a friend. I wanted to encourage you. I wanted you to leave What Remains Now feeling good.
I hope that those things happen when you read my blog; but I want to make it even better. One of the most difficult things about writing a blog is that I feel like I do it in a bubble. I recently signed up for Elsie Flannigan’s E-Course, Blog Love, so I could learn more about blogging. Elsie has a wonderful blog, A Beautiful Mess. I also signed up for a Blog Critique at The Blog Guidebook. But more important than any of that, I would love to hear from you…general or specific comments. Here are some prompts:
Specific to What Remains Now:
What do you like best?
What do you like least?
What do you think is missing?
What do you like to read about?
When you’re reading my blog, do you ever find yourself thinking, “I wish she’d change that,” or “I wish she’d add this,” or “I wish she’d (fill in the blank).” What are those things?
General to What Remains Now:
What is your favorite blog and why is it your favorite?
Do you have any blogs that you admire for their layout?
Think about your favorite blogs. Why do you like them?
What are your favorite blogs?
Would you help me out? Please leave me your feedback as a comment, or if you prefer you can email me at email@example.com. Watch for some new things in the coming months.