So, I was invited to participate in this blog tour by Alissa of The Wallflowers Secrets (a blog you should read if you aren’t already), which is a fun way to introduce more about yourself, the things you opted to do and what not. This tour asks you to answer a few questions, so I guess I had better start.
1. What am I working on?
Right now, I am working on some awesome topics for my future posts here on my blog. e.g. do it yourself, outfits/sponsored posts and some random stuffs. I have been so busy lately that I couldn’t find some time to posts about it though. I hope some more energy and creativity rubs off on me and my blog.
2. How does my work differ from others of its type/genre?
Love Elisha is a personal/lifestyle kind of blog, so most of my topics are based on my personal views and experience. I also don’t want to bore my readers with so much information about my personal thoughts, rants and related stuff, so I also post other things like sponsored posts and reviews. My work has just differed from the others in the sense that we don’t have exactly the same experience and no one walks through life each day that are completely similar.
3. Why do you write what you do?
I write what I do because I just want to share something about myself, what I’m thinking about, fun stuff, passion and experience and even much want to communicate that same feeling to others. Trying to bring some balance with this kind of life and an outlet to express myself rather than keeping it. Another reason was that, in a year or so I can see how I developed as a person and even back read what you felt and saw last time.
4. How does my writing process work?
I usually think of a topic then eventually write down my thoughts about it into words, but I don’t write it down on a paper. Most of the time, I type and draft it directly on my page or my phone using my notepad and more of editing, reading it aloud and go. Then I like to take pictures and build the rest of the post around, hit publish and done!
“One day I will find the right words, and they will be simple.”