Losing and rekindling my passion for blogging

Posted in Life
on August 21, 2016

P1060612Like honestly what happened to my love of blogging? I feel like slowly over the course of this year I’ve just lost all my passion for it. It’s just not enjoyable anymore which comes as quite a shock to me considering I’ve loved it for the last 2-3 years. I used to think about my blog 24/7 and now I just forget I have one.

I have forgotten what it’s like to take lots of photos in bulk and excitedly sit and schedule the months posts and also those times I’d buy something and leave it untouched for weeks until I could blog about it first. My life revolved around blogging and it was the best.

I’m not sure if I’ve outgrown that love of blogging or just outgrown my blog. Maybe it’s my content that bores me and doesn’t inspire me anymore. I’ve grown so much as a person since starting this blog that I’ve become passionate about things that aren’t necessarily material things but I don’t blog about them because I question whether it’s something that you would want to read. Maybe it’d come across as boring. I don’t know.

Over the last few weeks I’ve started writing posts but then deleted them and logged out, picking up a book instead so I don’t have to think about it.

I want to blog about my journey. And not in a travelling the world sense.

More of a self-improvement journey because self-improvement is something I’ve been so passionate about and dedicated so much of my time to and therefore when I blog, it feels like I’m procrastinating from the things that matter to me. Maybe I need to incorporate self-improvement to my blog so that when I write I’m still contributing to that passion. Double bonus, right?

I’ve been stepping out of my comfort zone a little, I’ve been reading lots of self-help and spirituality books, and I’ve been changing my routine even if it’s so slightly. I already feel so much better and I feel like that’s more interesting for me to discuss on here. I think I’ll be more passionate in my writing about those things and who knows, maybe blogging as extra self-help will make even more of a difference.

Blogging as a way to express my thoughts, discuss those things I’m passionate about, and sharing the fears I face along the way to hopefully inspire someone else. Posts that tell more of my daily life, whether that’s a walk I took, something I was thinking about or even my favourite books (probably mainly my favourite books, I won’t lie). Posting about the things that have made a difference to my life or make me happy- sometimes products or skincare (because the disappearance of that massive spot will definitely make a difference to my life).

What I hope is that you will still follow along my journey of all sorts of posts that will maybe change your world too.

Happy Sunday.

A road to self confidence
  • Blogging has definitely helped me sort out my thoughts more than a few times 🙂 // I will still be following along 😀 <3 -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey’s

    • Aw thank you Audrey. That’s really good to know!! xxx

  • I totally get what you mean! I’ve found…write what you want to write. Don’t worry too much about if your readers will enjoy it or not because if they don’t (even though I’m sure they will!) there will be people out there who love what you write even more! 😀

    • Thank you! That’s given me so much reassurance! xxx

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