First Step: To admit

ID with Moses

Ok, i confess. I’ve grown maliciously addicted to blogs.

I go on reading frenzies that take up an enormous amount of time, finding myself in the midst of a jungle of words and images, only realizing hours later that I’ve totally missed my class. Link after link after link after link (I’m telling you, its a never ending process). In fact it’s gotten so out of hand that I constantly find myself dreaming about the lives of my favorite bloggers (for shame!) and actually imagining what they sound like, dress like, eat like and like like. I know this might seem disturbing, but there’s actually a fine line between brilliance and creepy shit. Mine, hopefully, you’ll find bordering on brilliance.

You see, it’s actually a really amazing process.

You know how people are grossly enamored by reality shows? Well that’s because each of us only gets ONE chance at life, no reruns, making it hard to take daring risks and life changing decisions. Reality TV brings out all those “what ifs'” and “What could have beens” we keep under our pillows at night. You get to experience how people totally different from you live. From a distance, miles and miles away being only connected by a television set, allows us to take without any vulnerability involved. The principle is more or less the same for blogs.

It’s like reading your way through a reality show, only you can stop (and skip) the parts you don’t like, or go over and over those you cant seem to let go of. The best part is that reading allows you to play with your imagination, and mix up certain aspects (like adding yourself to the picture HAHA) to create an entirely different feel or an entirely different story.

Its AWESOME, and its awesomeness is ruining my life!

But… you know what they say. If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em.

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38 Responses to First Step: To admit

  1. Joyce Christyl Laurente says:

    Hi Ate Kryz! When I read your latest post in the blog last night, I can’t help but turned to the 419th page. I was curious how and when the blog all started. I realized I haven’t read yet your first post since the day I started being a fan of you and your blog. So, here I am going back and travelling to the moments I missed in your life. The best thing about this blog? It’s not just the gorg and classy OOTD’s you post but more importantly, I love the WOW (Words of Wisdom) that you share based from the experiences that you had in your journey. I’m really learning a lot from you. You are an inspiration ate Kryz! God bless you and your future endeavors! :)

    P.S. I’m looking forward to see you soon ate Kryz. Permi jd tika dili maatlan nga dri sa Cebu if naa kay events. Maka sad jud. :(

  2. Danielle Fatima says:

    HIIII!! Ive been a fan of your blog since forever and I finally had the courage to start one-about something that i’m passionate about. My job as an occupational therapist :) I have learned so much from your blog, and I just had to take a peek on your very first post to see if you felt the same awkwardness and rawness as my first. Funny how you’re living the blogger life that you’ve always wanted too, Ive always wanted to “dress like, eat like and like like” and its cute how you’ve wanted to be one yourself.I hope I get to inspire people the same way that you do.

    Anyway, you’ve come a REAALLLLYYY LONG WAY, and I hope you are as proud and as passionate about your blog as your first post! More power!! always a fan!

  3. Hannah says:

    I’ve been searching for some inspiration. I’m starting a blog of my own and this post really enlightened me. Hoping to build my confidence. Any tips Ms. Kryz?

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