OK, everyone seems to have a blog these days and I love making things and showing off, so I have pondered whether I should have one too. Are there too many? Is it really time consuming? Is there a better way to show off stuff online? I do post clothing I make on burdastyle, but I also do lots of crafting stuff as well that doesn’t fall under the burdastyle mandate most of which I haven’t posted.
I do notice that lots of craft/sewing blogs are by people that are able to do wonderful things with photography. I can take decent pics, but I often have to rely on my husband to take them (for clothing I make for myself), and I have a basic point and shoot camera and no intention of upgrading any time soon.
I also don’t intend to spend hours each day on the computer. My spare time is precious and I would rather spend it creating. I just like to share what I create.
I appreciate any feed back on whether I should consider blogging or if there are other options I haven’t realized. Thanks!
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