Create your own feed rules

Like I have mentioned earlier, I read lots of blogs. I have been in the blogosphere for almost ten years now and seen how it has developed and how, primarily, teenage girls have become experts in a field they have grown up in and therefore also know very, very well. That’s very inspiring!

But I have also been very tired of the diveristy when it comes to Swedish fashion and lifestyle blogs. It’s hard to have your own style or be different in any way. When I wrote this post, I also cut down the numer of blogs I followed, since I was working with my own self acceptance.

Since then, I have worked active to diverse both my own blog and Facebook feed. It sounds easy, but it takes some work. Remember that you create your own rules for your feed. I have also realized, even more, what the media society we are all part of are doing to us all, and not least young women. The fact that I get photos of and, and input from, “plus sized” and non Swedish women in my feeds every day has changed my reality view. I am currently working to get more input from other cultures as well.

The other day, this article, about minorities in the fashion industry, came in my Facebook feed thanks to GarnerStyle, one of my new favorite bloggers. And I love it! Way to go! Sometimes it is hard to remember, but it is actually possible to make a change. Slowly can an industry we never though would change, take steps to a more modern one.

Do you have tips about good bloggers from Asia or Africa, please share them in the comments :) Sharing is caring!


Lovely Chastity GarnerThamarr Guerrier and Nicolette Mason.

2 Responses to “Create your own feed rules”
  1. Sandra says:

    Svar: Haha, nu hänger jag inte med alls här? :D

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