Blogging is an interesting experience, however it can be a very demotivating one. When you don't recieve many comments, your hits drop, other bloggers get media coverage that you do you can end up not blogging because you feel negative about it. I thought that was the problem with my blogging and why I find it hard to blog sometimes. But I think, really it is that I have put too many limits on my blogging.
hy should I restrict my inspiration? Why should I have to seperate my love for Rayyan's clothes from my love of Egyptian and Turkish outfits? Surely there must be other people who like them all too. Why should I care if other bloggers do things similar? A community is full of similar people who interact with each other and I shouldn't pretend that a New Zealand Muslims blogger can be niche. I don't think there is another one so I'm niche enough already.
So apologies for dumping a whole lot of posts and the eventual rationalising of my many blogs into fewer blogs. I hope you don't get lost and that you still keep reading. Please forgive me if I do anything that annoys or upsets your blog reading experience. I will tidy it all up in time inshallah.
So Hijab Chique will still be the blog name, as I like it, however it will be a blog not exclusively deveoted to LMOTP's Rayyane. I find it hard to endlelessly blog her outfits as like me she wears a lot of the same clothes again and again. Tesettur Hijab will eventually be shut down but the posts and new posts on tesettur will live here. I will also feature abaya when I like them, Egyptian hijab and even some New Zealand / Australian based outfits with items from stores we have here. So hopefully more posts, more motivation and more diversity :)