I’m Glad To Be A Small Blogger

I love blogging; it makes me so happy and has improved my life in so many ways. I love checking my WordPress feed throughout the day and get such a buzz every time I see a post from one of my favourite bloggers. I love leaving comments on posts, I’ve enjoyed reading and chatting to fellow bloggers. I work on my own blog posts pretty much every day and find it so exciting to get my ideas down and then spend hours editing them to make the blog post the best it can

Clearing out my head space

However as much as I love blogging and everything that comes with it, I find it quite a hard world to be part of sometimes as quite often I find myself feeling incredibly insecure. My original idea for this post was a comical ‘ways I failure as a blogger’ type post, but I realised it was a bit too negative and actually I don’t fail as a blogger at all because I’m part of this world and posting regularly on my blog so how on earth can that be failing?! hahaha

Yes I don’t have the success or readership that a lot of bloggers have and I constantly feel like a teeny tiny fish in this very large and ever growing blogging world, but feeling like I’m not good enough is actually preventing me from enjoying blogging as much as I could be and that’s just rubbish as it’s such an important part of my life.

In reality the fact that anyone reads my posts and I have any followers at all really means the absolute world to me and I blog  because I enjoy it, so I really need to focus on that rather than the idea of blogging success.

Voilà …The reasons I’m glad to be a small blogger:

  1. Having the time to engage with other bloggers through blog comments.
  2. Not having to spend time constantly analysing stats/replying to emails (I swear I’ll never understand Google Analytics!)
  3. Being able to write about whatever you want and not getting bogged down with sponsored content.
  4. Not feeling pressured to stick to a strict posting schedule/like you’re letting people down if you go a few days without posting.
  5. No expectations from readers/others bloggers – fan accounts scare me so much, I don’t know how some of the big bloggers/youtubers deal with the level of scrutiny they get!
  6. Noticing and appreciating every single comment and WordPress followers.
  7. Not getting caught up in blogging drama and not having to worry about your Instagram grid looking perfect.
  8. Being able to keep blogging as a hobby which you really love rather than getting bogged down with it ( I don’t mean this negatively at all but I’ve seen so many bloggers fall out of love with blogging because it becomes a chore/too pressurised and I just find that so sad when it’s meant to be an enjoyable hobby for us to just chat about food and things).

Blogging is without doubt the best thing in my life, so I’m writing this post to first say thank you to anyone who does read my posts and interact with me and secondly to give a big squishy blogger hug to any other bloggers who feel a little out of their depth sometimes. Being a small blogger rocks in so many ways and we shouldn’t ever feel like we’re doing something wrong or should just give up.

Isn’t it fun to write what you feel is right to you rather than being paid to write something not close to year heart?



  1. -n- says:

    I love reading your post. Your English is very good and probably keeps getting better because you write your blog in English.

    1. Ncis says:

      Awawawaw …Thanks a lot for your support. *blushing

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