“Lacking in harmony between the different parts or elements; self-contradictory:
an inconsistent story.”
The definition you’ve just read is from Dictionary.com, and that word has gripped my writing process for too long! My last entry into this blog was July 17th—last year (I believe), and that’s far too long of a gap. Very inconsistent. But that word will no longer restrain my writing aspirations.
“Why?” You ask—but not really.
The reasoning is simple: Something my cousin said to me came with a whirlwind of sense. I was confounded; yet, I was swept away.
I’ll reveal what she actually said shortly.
However, her words— the particular cousin I’m referring to is female—are correlated to what my classmate said to me while I was in college. I believe I mentioned what this classmate said before, in a prior post; nevertheless, my classmate’s direct quote was, “You were put on this earth to help people.” She told me this while . . . I was helping her with a project.
But I’ll never forget those words because that is one of the very reasons why I entered fashion—and I told no one that sentiment (until now, ha!). My thinking was this: If I can design garments to create a sense of joy and wonderment to the person wearing my designs: I’ll be one happy person. That thinking was a major driving force in which I decided my career upon. Simply to help people.
And that’s very similar to what my cousin told me recently. She said, “You should start an advice blog.”
I thought to myself, “I already have a blog. I guess it’s not that hard to convert it to an advice blog.”
If you know me in this thing called “real life,” it’s a high chance I’ve offered you advice. So with that: I’ve decided to offer advice to people I haven’t yet met—which reduces the chance of a biased opinion. So with that, given that (lol): I’ve decided to make this an advice blog!
Ask me anything!
My varied experiences in life has made me agile in handling different situations; I’m open and reasonable. You’ll get an honest response.
If you’re interested email me: email@example.com. That’s for private answers. If you like your question answered in the broad OPEN leave your question here or tweet me: @FordShamon
But all of this is my advice; do as you please.
Best regards, Shamon