Blogger OuttakesFriday, November 15, 2013
When you read blog's it's easy to think that bloggers are perfect. From their perfect hair, flawless make up and immaculate outfits. With a photo background looking like something from Made in Chelsea, it can leave you feeling like a little like a rubbish blogger, a slob and that your outfit photo's are carefully arranged to miss out the dog poo. Whilst I was looking at my photo library I came across some funny not so perfect photo's. I also have been thinking lately about funny blogger scenarios that I'm sure don't just happen to me....
- it's okay to have chipped nails sometimes
- It's totally normal if you have a sneaky tache that pops out for lipstick photos
- It's alright to not be able to afford to spend all your money in Space NK
- It's cool if you don't own the Ikea Malm dresser
- It's acceptable to have a dozen neutral eye palettes
- I won't unfollow your instagram if you don't take a photo of your food (does anyone else feel funny about people seeing what they eat?)
- It's okay to cringe when someone calls their blog a website. come on.
- It's fine to only use one cleanser, and one toner.
- Charlie from Busted is your doppelganger when you're in-between eyebrow threading appointments.
- I won't unfollow your blog if you don't blog every day. Or make youtube videos twice a week.
- It's not weird at all when you name drop bloggers in conversations using their blog name not their actual real name.
- It's a perfectly reasonable excuse to buy new clothes just so you have content for a haul video/post.
- It's fine to only tidy up a section of your bedroom so you have a tidy backdrop for videos/post. The rest looks like a floordrobe.
- It's fine to put a nice top on for videos/posts and wear pyjamas on your bottom.
- It's fine to enjoy Mcdonalds rather than posh burger joints.
- It's perfectly normal to feel like a royal tit when you try to vlog in public.
- Your not a beauty fraud if you don't get excited about the latest MAC collection.
- Blogging can be taken a bit too seriously sometimes, give yourself a break. Don't feel you have to do what everyone else is doing. Always write for you and don't give a monkey's about anyone else.