Self Review of my Reviews - I suck!
Last Update: Aug 14, 2018
My daughter has this stuffed Teddy Bear that sings toddler songs. Great for learning, awful on repeat. There are only so many times the adult brain can tolerate "if your happy and you know it jump up high!".
But the other day my daughter was sitting in her high chair, and apparently not happy with what was on the menu, put her hands together, squeezed and said, "I'm taking a breath"!
It took me a second to put things together. There is another verse to the above tune that goes. "If you're frustrated and you know it, take a breath."
When it comes to my review posts, I am in big need of a breath. I can't even get one out. I love writing about what I'm doing, and it comes pretty easily. I wrote my WA review and it's posted on my site, but I kind of hate it.
The other reviews I've started just make me vomit in my mouth a little when I reread the first two paragraphs. I'm not exactly sure what the crux of the issue is, but I think it's that I am reviewing stuff that I'm not that familiar with.
I also think it triggers a deeper concern with my content development. I'm kind of living my niche and planning to post real-time experiences and reviews, but I'm in a little of a holding pattern at the moment. *takes deep breath*
I still want to get content out there, but feel like I'm making crap up that may lead to distrust down the line. I don't want to create BS reviews just for the sake of reviews. Should I just power through, or put the review crap on hold for a while?
Sorry if this turned into a rant.
PS- Got this message when I hit publish. "Your blog content needs to be unique, original, and not copied from anywhere online. We found that your blog content is already published on other website(s)."
Weird considering this is completely unique content.