Like a freshly brewed coffee awaiting you when you get to work (after wading through the rain, like today), a blog should really satisfy some craving of yours. I spent a little time over the holidays contemplating what part GWAS plays in serving you, given the plethora of online content out there.
Often I feel the blog is bipolar: proffering magazine and media news on the one hand, but presenting you with personalised posts and female-skewed features on the other. Perhaps you enjoy the mix? Perhaps it makes you want to stab yourself with a pencil?
Most often I'm asked, "What happened to your breakfast posts?", so I've been considering a return to the basics, the staples, the toast and jam: magazine reviews, essays on spiritualism and women's issues and more insight into the life of the satchel.
Of course, one should write about what they enjoy; the things that make their heart sing. Sometimes I feel cheap and in need of a good shower when I post something that betrays that inner voice that says, "What is the freakin' point of this? Does it really matter? Don't you have better things to write about? And, hey, who's paying you to sell yourself so short?" (answer: no one!).
So, I invite you to drop an email into firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment after the jump, in answer to the question, "Are you being served?". Less media-y, more feminin-y? Less glossy promotion, more satchel-values devotion? Glossy previews or just the reviews? How often would you like to visit? And how do you hope to feel when you leave?
In short, getting to the point, let's unclutter this joint!
Girl With a Satchel