Saturday, November 7, 2015


Last night while I was cooking dinner for my family, I thought about filming the whole process. But I decided not to film it because it is something that my viewers might be tired of watching. I had to put myself in the mind of my viewers and thought about how many times I would have to sit through a vlog or read a blog of the same food and recipes. After a few minutes of contemplating, I decided it was rather wise not to film it. See, vloggers and bloggers often debate what content to put out there. Whether to put out the same content or consider the audience' reaction by taking their place in their thoughts. What would the viewers think of the same recipe being thrown at them? How would I feel if every time I turn on or go to my favorite vlog or blog and see the same ol' thing? So I made that decision not to film my cooking last night. I made spaghetti and meat sauce last night. If you go to my cooking channel Morning Inspirations with Maryam's Joyful Life you will probably find 3 or 4 spaghetti and meat sauce videos.

Here's a picture of last night's spaghetti.

Bloggers often have to think about new materials that will keep their audience and new audience coming back and it is not the easiest thing to do. I appreciate bloggers like myself who keep it real all day long. Although we know it is not easy, we still try to make our viewers happy by creating fresh and interesting content to keep them coming for more. I can't believe that my last night's dinner preparation gave me the inspiration for this blog post but it did. I find inspiration in the simple things around me. Here you go. This is the thought of a blogger/vlogger.