Having just had a look at your blog, it's only six days old, so what you mostly need is patience. In addition, every post is uncategorised. Other than that, you have no categories or tags - how is anyone to find you?
And with all due respect, what I've read is mainly about you, so unless you're aiming just at friends and relatives, you do need to broaden your scope to attract strangers.
Follow TT's advice above, and there's a shedload of info about actually writing what people want to read here
Because the bottom line is - you have to give people what they want, which may not be what you, initially, at least, want to give them. My blog has changed utterly from how I first envisaged it - now my priority is giving people what they want, which, luckily is a subject of which I have in depth-knowledge and which was originally a side-line, and my, if you like, self-indulgent stuff, comes second.
Blogging is like any other form of writing - to keep people interested you have to give them what they want, otherwise they won't come back.