This is a question I've been asking myself lately as I spend hours and hours trying to get through my Bloglovin' feed daily. Maybe I'm doing this backwards. Maybe I should just respond to the comments on my blog.
Or maybe I should skip responding to comments on the blog and simply try to visit the commenter's blog instead.
(I say *try* because with Disqus unless the blogger fills in their profile information that they are a blogger with their blog address…I have no way of knowing where their blog is)
Or maybe I should only worry about content like Adrienne recommends.
How much time do you devote to reading and commenting on other blogs?
Do you feel guilty if you don't visit them?
Do you have cocktails every day at noon 4?
Does this help your productivity?
Please say yes to those last two questions! I need someone to back me up on this.
While you ponder these difficult questions I will talk about these Miu Miu snakeskin boots I snagged at an online estate sale auction.
Not the old H&M Dress, the vintage clutch, or the fact that I've chosen to leave an extra button popped open to allow more space for my chesticles to breathe. Why are the buttons always in the wrong spot?
Yes the boots.
These sexy boots.
A very wealthy Italian woman was moving and decided that for whatever reason these "Calzature Donnas" Miu Miu boots weren't going to fit in her suitecase.
They are in the original box, with a bag, authentication card and spare heel lifts. There is slight wear on the soles and heels.
The original price on the box is …
Are you ready for this?
I could have bought a small crappy car for the same price.
Needless to say a cheap thrifty gal like myself did not pay anywhere remotely near that price.
Although I think they are fantastic boots I'm considering listing them on Ebay. The heels are a bit high for me and I'm curious to see just what amount of money I might be able to get for these babies in an auction.
So like I was saying before these boots came in and high-jacked my post…commenting on other blogs, responding to the comments on your own blog or just focusing on content…which do you feel is more important and why?