Good day, WordPress friends!
A few things that you might know about me because they are obvious, if you follow me on Instagramdr_vasquez_md, is that I’m not very good with the social part of media, and with the media part of social as well.
It was fun at first but then it became a chore as I started to follow certain guidelines.
I noticed that creating my posts was taking longer time & to be honest I was not in my element, this does not mean I will give up but it does pose the question why was I using Instagram in the 1st place?
I thought Instagram would boost my readership here, but it did not rarely anyone clicks on my link in bio. I tried too hard to get the perfect selfies, the product showcases and ultimately ended up neglecting my blog post content creation, which I enjoy more than taking selfies.
I then stopped using Instagram altogether because it was not fun anymore and I felt that I had no time for that and missed a few good opportunities to do collaborations with people whom I admire.
I returned to a book by Sir Ken Robinson and this book helped me to get back on track with my blogging goals, and the key point of this book is about finding your element, it’s rather difficult to explain briefly but it is good read if you need to refocus.
My Science based Hair blogging goals are to find my element and stay there and produce content there, but also to have fun while doing it.
I share with you now, my 1st attempt at reinventing myself as a blogger of sorts in a visual media format, as an experimental approach to determine what I enjoy of content creation asides from writing long wordy pieces for this WordPress blog.
I hope you like this raw edit, mixing lots of hair shots & nature to reflect the permanence of things while constantly changing at the same time.
Your essence remains the same regardless of looks, in the same way the cherry trees blossom at a specific time in Spring and they stay the same tree the whole year round.
You will blossom when the time is right and it’s never is too late to bloom.