As you may know, I have another blog I contribute to called Three Chicks Talking About Food. Two other friends contribute, as well as the occasional guest post from a friend without a food blog that really, really wants to share a recipe. I’ve written about great food I’ve made (or want to make), my personal eating theory, and great food I’ve eaten at a restaurant or a friend’s house.
This blog is “a place of inspiration, encouragement, and adventure where one artist is forging her way in the business world” according to my About page.
My query is, do I merge my writing and have it be in one blog? Make this blog not just a “my life as it relates to art” blog, but a “my life” blog. I do really love food and cooking, enough to write about it on a regular basis. Will it be harder for foodies to find my food posts if they aren’t in a food blog? Will artsy people be less interested in this blog if I write about food half the time? Or will it create a stronger, more complete picture of me to include more of my personal passions here?
A lot of other blogs that I read have posts on a regular schedule of things like “cute outfits they wore”. These aren’t fashion blogs, but blogs by artists. I don’t know that I would give you fashion plate pictures, but I do have this really comfy cute new cabled sweater vest in camel/beige/taupe with copper sparkly bits in the yarn and I wear it over EVERYTHING right now. Anyways….
I ask you, dear reader, what do you suggest? Do I merge my writing into one fabulous world of Adriann? Will that be too “Mom Blog” without any kids (besides my cats) to write about? (There are a LOT of Mom life blogs out there. They are kind of a guilty pleasure for me).
You can probably tell, I’m torn. I’d say 40% of me thinks I should combine my writing efforts. Its all me. But I get to write regardless. Do you want to read it all in one place? Are you happy reading different content separately? Did you have no idea I had a food blog?
So many questions!
This picture by Luana 1985 is beautiful. I was searching for an image of thought, puzzlement, and “To Be or Not to Be” brought it up in Google Images. I really like how the mannequin is looking at me.