I Need Your Help! (My New Blogging Approach)

Hey guys, I’ve been considering what would be the most beneficial for you guys in terms of what I post on this blog. Please comment below to let me know if you have a particular preference after reading this. I really do want this blog to become a helpful resource to my fellow millennials.

For a couple of weeks or so, I tried posting something every day to be faithful in my content delivery, but I decided to try out another approach for at least the next few weeks.

I know that for me, if I find a single blog post that I find extremely helpful and/or informative, I will most likely remember that one post that made a significant impression on me.

And then whenever I need to do something or remember something related to that blog post, there’s a very high chance I would pull up that page again to use as a reference.

In other words, after much consideration and investigation, I feel that quality matters more than quantity (unless the quantity is only like once a year).

Which is why I’ve decided that instead of posting something every single day, I would like to invest more time into each post, i.e. more thorough brainstorming and research and taking your feedback into consideration.

I want to make this blog work for you.

It’s actually kind of cool to me that you’re here watching me figure out and grow my blog while it’s still in the beginning stages, so it’s kind of like we’re in this together. And I know that sounded a little bit cheesy but it’s true!

I’ve been enjoying the personal feedback I’ve been getting, telling me what you liked reading, what helped you the most, and what you would like to see more of. This has been SO helpful, so please keep continuing to message me in any way shape or form!

I will also do my best to reply to every single email/message I receive, because I’d prefer to have more engagement with you guys rather than just becoming a mini quasi-textbook.

By no means am I an expert on any of the topics I write or talk about, but I do know that if I get into something knowing that I will write about it, I am the kind of person who will do my research, drawing from various resources, comparing and contrasting them, and then sharing my biggest takeaways from what I’ve read up on.

So I just wanted to share that with you guys. I am not sure yet what this means in terms of the frequency of my posts (both written and video posts), but the more feedback I get, the more helpful it will be for both of us.

Author: Amy

Amy Lo is a millennial whose life today looks very different from what it looked like a year ago. A year ago she was living by herself in an isolated studio where she often spent many days depressed and bedridden, unable to get up to go to work, because of her soon-to-be broken-off wedding engagement. A year later she finds herself happier than she ever was in her life, and does things she never thought she could do, like waking up early and going to the gym multiple times a week! Because of her personal experience, Amy hopes to inspire and encourage other young adults who may be in a seemingly perpetual funk, by sharing things she's found helpful in positively redirecting the trajectory of her life. She believes it's never too late to turn your life around, and there is always a light at the end of the tunnel, no matter how dark it may be at the moment.

Leave a Reply