Do you feel like you’re an odd one out amidst all the talk about snow, American fast food chains, and more? Well, never fear for you aren’t alone.
Join me as I list out the pros and cons of being…. An Asian blogger. Also, tell me if you relate.
Also, sorry no image today- I’m in my grandma’s house and am running on data!! Maybe I’ll add one when I get home.
1. Different aka Special
While everyone else is talking about snow, you’re just like “Nah can’t relate.” But that also makes you stand out in the blogosphere.
You’re remembered. No, not that you die but normally Asian bloggers are easier for me to remember. After all, how many Asian bloggers can you find?! 😉
When you’re an Asian blogger and everyone else isn’t, you really can learn loads of things from what they post. I’ve definitely been more exposed to the outside world than I was before I started blogging. For instance, learning about American Girl Dolls.
Honestly, I couldn’t find anymore so I decided to stop there.
This point is a coin. Because just like a coin, it has 2 sides. This side is the… Not so good part. Because when you’re different, you sometimes feel awkward and out of place.
There are so many times I’ve read posts and I’m just like, “Nope can’t relate :/” It’s a little sad sometimes, but I guess I can learn new things from that.
Sometimes timezones get in the way. For instance, chatting through comments or email. But there is one good point about this. You are technically ahead of time since some part of America are one day behind us . I don’t know how that is good but…
Even though sometimes the cons can be annoying and saddening, it’s still great to be an Asian blogger 🙂 I guess blogging is just quite an American thing.
How relatable was this??