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The Stereotypical Blogger

Oh this made me laugh. How true, don't you think? Certainly most (er... ahem... all!) of the blogs I read fit most of these qualifications. Lol.

It makes me wonder if everyone who blogs is really like this, or if this is just the type of person who enjoys blogging? It's a chicken or the egg type of thing.


How much is true about you? Here's what's true about me... I'm a... graphic designer {student} and a {wanna be} photographer. I love... photography, blogging {duh}, family, vintage, obscure restaurants, cities, crafts, the beach, pinterest, twitter, art, and being home {go introverts!!}. I am... religious, and a {returning} college student. Due to my living in the most laid-back place on Earth, I actually don't dress like that, but I'd like to think I would if I lived somewhere chic like NYC {although I do carry my iPhone w/ Instagram everywhere I go}.

Too funny.


  1. OMG, I laughed too. Too funny. Well...let me see what's true to me:

    College student: check
    blogger: check
    photography: (even tho, I'm kinda bad at it) check
    pinterest, twitter, beach, market, family, fashion, all of that: check, check, check!

    LOL. The picture of the blogger is much hipster than I am in real life, but this is pretty spot on. How sad. LOL

  2. I love this!!! I definitely think it's spot on... I wish I had that cute geek-chic style! I just don't have an iPhone. *shutters*

  3. Very funny and probably true! By the way, I just found your blog and I'm loving it! Now following :)

    xo, gina

  4. Thanks everyone - I had a pretty good laugh about this one too. Especially because it's pretty spot on!

    @Gina - welcome!!

  5. haha this is so funny! I first saw the post and I was like no way I'm no stereotypical blogger... then I looked closer. I fit perfectly.

  6. This IS funny. I'm an accountant.. no wonder I feel weird about my place in the blogosphere. And no iPhone. ;P


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