Life is about moving on, accepting changes and looking forward to what makes you the happiest and most complete.
Am so sad to see Dayre go like this but what can we do? I feel that the whole ‘we can’t afford to sustain Dayre’ anymore is just a farce? There are so many ways to fund Dayre. Ads, sponsored posts, more paid functions. To give up before even trying your hardest is just like a prelude to what seems to be an inevitable ending.
I noticed that there was an alternative, called weBlogit, but it’s honestly quite confusing to use. I realised that WordPress was probably a good choice after reading braintango‘s post and a couple of my fave Dayreans moved here too so… Here I am 👋🏼🌸
Blogging has always been a huge, huge part of my life. I’ve grown lazy with blogger because I found it difficult to blog on the go-with blogger I liked to sit down in front of my laptop at night (& preferably with a nice candle burning). Dayre made social sharing so effortless and for once it wasn’t toxic. I appreciated the content on Dayre so much. I first started when I was still neck deep in my eating disorder and depression, and it was Dayre which kept me going because it was an outlet for my thoughts.
Dayre was also great because I could write so informally and I didn’t have to care about whether my English is proper enough or whether my sentences are too long… (that sentence was definitely too long)
So hello, WordPress. & Goodbye, Dayre.
To new beginnings.
P.s I’m akshfbdjsnsksisb from Dayre! I can’t believe I just typed that keyboard smash username out haha. This is an old site (my emo posts are still here sigh)-I’ll clean it up tomorrow.