Why a Blog?

Why a blog-

Social media is great. One can do a lot with Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest. Each social media platform has their pros, their strengths, but none allows you to fully elaborate an idea in paragraphs while adding photos in an environment completely dedicated to doing such a thing. A blog does. Because of this, I created mostlymotto as a place to contain everything that my multiple social media platforms normally do-and more. Here, at mostlymotto, I can expand upon my ideas while also creating a place to showcase my writing and photography. mostlymotto serves as a digital folder for my ideas, crafts, baked goods, tips and tricks, and travel experiences in a written manner. 

Baking and painting canvases are activities I love to do in my free time. Whether it is experimenting with a new recipe or painting a quote I saw on Pinterest on a canvas, I like to showcase my work. Instagram allows me to do so. Instagram does not allow me to talk in depth about the process, the inspiration, and what may have gone wrong.

When I first started college, I found myself constantly scrolling through Pinterest pinning everything that had to do with college, dorm rooms, and study tips. I then discovered that most of those pins came from different blogs. Some were solely dedicated to college tips, others were lifestyle blogs or fashion blogs. When creating my blog I had to contemplate which of these categories my blog would fall under. I plan on sharing blog posts about crafting, baking, music, travel, college, fashion, photography, and anything else that happens to occur in my life. My hope is that at least one of these topics will be of interest to you and that you will continue to come back and read what I have to share.

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