4 May 2011

Wednesday Waffling 1

- Hey guys! So today is my first instalment of Wednesday Waffling, woohoo! Today I wore this outfit, I didn't photograph it again because there's already pictures. I wore the necklace you can kinda see in the pictures above :) That was from New Look in their sale a while ago, and earrings are from my last post.

- I went out for a meal with my Mum today to Toby Carvery, which is a pretty rare thing! My family only ever go out for meals for birthdays, but Mum wanted to go because Dad has been going to loads of meals recently haha. It was nice though and made a change. I love roast dinners!

- Ok so I wanted to talk about how people talk about their personal lives on the internet, mainly on blogs. I was reading a post about blogging over at Pearls, Lace and Ruffles and tip 11 talks about only sharing what you want about your personal life on your blog. This got me thinking about how much I share. Basically with me nothing is a secret. EVER. If anyone compliments me on an item of clothing I'm wearing, I'll say thank you, tell them where I got it, how much for and when. I can't just leave it at thank you. For example, I told you all about my driving test, Mum's hospital troubles, and some bits about my boyfriend. Now, is that a bit too much? The thing is, I don't see a problem. I'm one of those people that will talk about anything. Nothing is too gross, I only really draw the line at sexual stuff.
I know some people don't like to talk about their personal lives at all, and keep it all very secret but I can't do that. I have to talk about my day and what's been going on and why else I can't really fill up a post.

My point is, what's your opinion on talking about your personal life in a blog, or the Internet in general? Is it something you steer clear from, and if so why? Or is it something you don't really mind?

1 comment:

  1. I don't say too much about my personal life only occasional little bits. I think it's good though to share some stuff because it gives you a personality and an identity :)


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