The other day, someone I really admire said that blogs are kind of lame. To me, it was like a shot to the heart. I have read Tina Roth Eisenberg's blog religiously since undergrad and then have fallen in love with other blogs along the way like Cup of Jo and Seth Godin's blog. I have also subscribed to some newsletters (my favorites are Dense Discovery, Rad Reads, and Ann Friedman's)- which are basically blogs sent straight to my email.
I don't think blogs are lame, or dead. In fact, there might be a surge in blogs again with the rise of digital minimalism and slow media. With that, I figured now is the time to create (or, as evidenced by the previous paragraph, to curate) rather than consume.
So I'm starting this blog! I want my blog to be a place where I can share my life in New York, my love of fashion, and my obsession with technology. And I hope you enjoy it and all, but I got a lot to say and I don't care who sees it (just kidding, I really hope you read). Let me know if there's any specific content you want to see/read and I will be sure to add it because I really don't know what I'm doing! How do I end these things?