I spend a lot of time reflecting on The Viennese Girl project. Not because I am unsure about it. But out of desire to provide readers interesting content. I wouldn’t dare to say high quality content because I am afraid I am still far away from it, but I am working to that direction.
It just takes time. Like all the good things in life. Nothing happens overnight. It’s a long process. Maybe it is the fact that it starts gaining visibility. The more visibility it gains, the more it scares me and motivates me at the same time to become better and better. I wouldn’t be happy if somebody visits the website and says, “it was a waste of time,”. On the other side, I have a friend who keeps telling me: you are too beautiful to be sad.
Although this blog started for fun, I should admit that I take it seriously. I thought a lot about it and I made up my mind. Good collaboration enquiries are more than welcome. Collaboration inquiries that are a good fit will be rejected. Sometimes we have to know to say No, right? Especially when something doesn’t fit or doesn’t add any value.
Despite the fact that I am neither a photographer, nor a journalist, nor do I have any idea on advertising and marketing, I use my brain, heart and instict, and I believe in that saying: practice makes the master. If you want something badly, you can achieve it.
1 year old
Soon the Viennese girl blog will celebrate its birthday. The first year of existence was something like an experimental year; so far I didn’t get any bad feedback and still I feel so excited having that little corner on the web where I can express myself through writing and photography.
Help from friends
I suppose that you all know that if we are alone in the world we cannot achieve anything. Of course there were persons who helped me and still help making this project reality. It’s such a nice feeling to have people that support you and believe in what you do, even if they are on the other parts of this earth!! They know who they are.