You are a blogger. I figured I’d start you off easy. So picture you are a blogger. A blogger whom loves to blog well enough that you don’t need to participate in postaday challenges because you sometimes all of the time post multiple times a day. So picture you are a blogger whom really not only tries to deliver decent enough content, but really like to deliver it in a pretty package.
You are the blogger whom is quite finicky about your theme. You cannot stay one way too long because it becomes a bore. I don’t paint my nails, but if I did, it would probably not be the same color every time. Or even having the same nail color on each nail at the same time. This is probably why I don’t paint my nails. Glad I figured out that daunting mystery.
Back to you that I am sure by now you know is really me, but let’s just play along. It’s my game and I am making it up as I go so we cannot change the rules just yet as they are not quite defined — yet.
Picture that you like different design elements. A lot of different design elements and you don’t know CSS like you once used to many, many years ago so you have to depend on theme developers and themes that allow for a certain kind of control or perk like custom background, formats, etc. Imagine you are particularly picky on how the comments on each post look. You like them clean, defined, organized.
Picture you like to try the newest themes that hit the WP blogosphere and that this right here is why you were given an opportunity.
Picture you receive an email from a WP story wrangler who wants to feature your blog into a post that has to do with bloggers and their themes, but it’s not going to hit until next year — well after the apocalypse.
You now like a different theme. You style has changed. You don’t want a sidebar. You want less clutter and more clear Zen-like, but still colorful feel.
What do you do?
*In case you failed to notice, there are no pictures here.