So, I've been tagged by beautiful Joyce of BitsofJoyce.com. Gee, thanks J. I loved your post. I hope you, my readers, understand more the purpose of this blog as you read on.
1. What am I working on?
This blog is all about me, my interests, and whatnots. So, you can call it lifestyle and everything-about-Kai blog. Since I am mostly inclined in modest fashion, you have prolly gone through a lot of my OOTD posts, as listed here. Aside from this blog, I maintain other blogs, as well. They vary from food (delishnotes.com), interior designing (designingdream.com) and religion (hijabified.net). You can say that I am all over the blog niches. Lol. But, I always keep lilpink.info updated as compared with the other blogs.
My blogs are more about what I want to share with people. They are an outlet of my wildest ideas and dreams. There are days when I post up to maximum 7 entries; there are days that I don't have any posts. Basically, when I have something to share, poof! A post is up. When nothing, this and other blogs can go hiatus for a looooong period of time.
After all, blogging is a hobby, not a liability. ^^
2. How does my work differ from others of its type/genre?
This blog differs from the others because, dang, it is about my interests and my life. Others, too, are about themselves and their interests in life. There is no need for comparison. Each blog is unique. Even my food blog is about the food that I like to eat. That's the difference, right there. ^___^
3. Why do you write what you do?
As mentioned, I love sharing my ideas. I am not some sort of a whacko who does not like to share anything. You are here for something. Maybe entertainment, maybe to get ideas. I don't know. What matters is I helped you in some way I could. This is my principle in blogging - to always share what I know is worth sharing.
4. How does my writing process work?
I am not like other bloggers who maintain a calendar, notebook, planner etc. I write whenever I like. And when I have something in mind, I run directly to my blog. Write it all down. Then, publish! As you can read my posts, I don't proofread unless I am writing business letters or whatever. So, you will always find grammar and sentence construction errors somewhere. I know scrutiny will come soon, but I can care less. After all, this is a blog - not some sort of The Washington Post.
You people are tagged to answer similar questions above:
Jannie of jannieology.blogspot.com
tukayo Kai of kaigrafia.com
Babe Shugah of wandershugah.com
Anne of oh-anne.com
Genzel of Genzelkisses.com
Nasserayllah of ahoienas.blogspot.com
Ahmad of anakiluh.blogspot.com
Mary of narvasamary.com
Pat of lalalapatricia.info
Lastly, my labs Kenny of whatkennyhearts.com