I'll be honest, posts have been scarce as of late, and there are a variety of reasons for that, but I'm also having a bit of an internal struggle...
Let's be clear, this is not a pity party, and moving isn't all that difficult, but it's certainly a curveball.
I am now in a new region of the country, settling into a new home, and attempting to develop a new sense of community, but as it applies to you, I am also trying to decide how to continue with the content on this site.
Truth is, Glitterary was never intended to be a personal blog, in fact, the original style sheet stated Glitterary be referred to in the third person, as it's own entity. I still have no intention of making this site into a personal blog, but as the brand developed I realized that you wanted to know more about me– not just what I wore, but you wanted to see more of my two pups, the activities I engaged in, and life at home with the hubs.
Initially, I started introducing more of these details through social media, and you really seemed to engage best with this new content. I adapted and continued the effort of being a bit more personal with you...
Here's the problem: while I'm extremely social, I'm a relatively private person, and I'm wise enough to know that the internet is no safe place to vent or write a diary.
Not only are there concerns of perception, but also security concerns not only for myself, but for those with whom I do life and share comments about online. I'm not paranoid, but after working in the digital sphere for years, I'm certainly not naive, and a personal blog has never been of interest.
Needless to say, I feel a little stuck.
While learning to navigate fashion blogging from a state that only seems to experience two seasons (cool & hot versions of summer), I'm also trying to decide how much of my personal life to include in the process.
I don't have an answer yet. I actually have no clue which direction I'll choose to take the voice of Glitterary, but while posts for now are a bit scattered, Glitterary itself isn't going anywhere, so bear with me. In the mean time, keep up on Instagram– that app never gets s rest on my phone ;)