Let’s be honest…
It has been so long since I last blogged about anything.
I know quite a few of you (including my family and friends) have asked me if I still blog, if I stopped blogging. Truth is, I lost my mojo. I found myself trying to want to relax at the end of a busy work week, and getting to the weekend and not wanting to see any laptop at all. It started with one weekend, two weekends, three weekends…
It’s a little sad, really, that I found myself not wanting to do what I grew to love doing -blogging- and I almost always found myself questioning why I even blog in the first place. Guys, it’s not that I didn’t want to blog, I just could not bring myself to. I was going through a very busy period at work (which still is very busy because sometimes I find myself working from home on weekends), and I felt as if my creative juices had stopped flowing.
I JUST WASN’T FEELING IT.
I felt like I needed a break, like any content I was going to create and share wouldn’t be the best content. I think this is one of the struggles bloggers go through because trust me, it can get tough trying to be ‘appealing’ and trying to get people to read your content. People go through
bloggers’ writers’ block. I went through -probably still am- a phase of even hating the layout of my blog. I felt like almost everything in my life needed a reset button. However, I’ve had time to think about it and I feel that I should just go with the flow, do things and do them the best way I can. After all, everyone is on a different journey, right?
I’m not sure if anything I’ve said so far makes any sense but I felt like I finally needed to write this. If I’m at my best and feel my best then I can create the things I want to share. No overthinking, less worrying and more doing.
Here’s to embracing the journey, the ups and the downs. It’s all about constant self care and self improvement.