Look, all you can do when you find your niche is go with it. ~Vincent D'Onofrio
But what if you don't find it?
I was thinking about my little blog the other night and all the other blogs out there. I read and subscribe to lots of them and the common theme is that many are tailored to a certain reader because they found their niche. They found a topic that they enjoy writing about, reading themselves, doing themselves, etc. Whether it be cooking, couponing, photography, crafts or the like. They found something that they are good at and that other people are interested in.
But what if you like so many things and you don't want to be in that niche or that clique? You might not be good at all of the things but you are multifaceted. Remember high school: I was the girl that, although I had plenty of friends (IMO), I didn't belong to a certain clique. I danced to my own music so to speak and I am finding my blog is kind of like that too.
My blog has become very versatile. I post recipes. I post frugal living tips. I post heartfelt stories. I post pictures. I post whatever is on my mind at any given time.
And I am finding in my blog reading I am reading blogs on a *regular* basis that are similar to mine. That I can see, feel, hear, the person behind the writing through their words.
Don't get me wrong:
I love the coupon sites (who doesn't love to save money?
I love the new recipes I find (we all have to eat).
I love the craft sites (not a creative bone in my body so I need all the help I can get).
I love the giveaways (although I haven't won anything ever).
So I guess my point to this post is really that I have not found my niche but I am going to stop looking for it.
My blog is what it is....and I hope you still continue to read my posts and enjoy them.