Why I’m taking a hiatus from blogging

Although I just started this blog, I think I have decided to take a little hiatus.  I originally thought I had so many topics to talk about and I would just crank out the posts and be able to batch create quite a few posts at once then would be able to focus on other projects.  But that was not the case.  I soon realized I’m not quite comfortable writing about everything I want to due to potential consequences.  So there went over half my ideas.  I haven’t been able to work on other projects I wanted to due to the time spent every week trying to come up with and create a post.  Honestly I haven’t ever been much of a reader or writer, so I’m kind of surprised I even started!

 

I am in a stage of my life where I am trying to figure things out.  This year I have graduated from school, moved (multiple times), and started a new job.  I’m currently trying to figure out where my future is going, how to get there, what I actually want to do, and how to afford everything with so many student loans lingering over my head. I hopefully will be starting a residency in a few months and need to pick up more hours at work sooner than later.  I feel my time would be better spent either on self-care, adult things (like cleaning, meal prepping, grocery shopping), or developing classes or programs so I can reach more people.

 

Maybe one day when I am confident in my opinions, can write about the things I want to without consequences, and have a better grasp on my day to day life, I’ll hop back on and write some more.  But for now, I’ll see you over on Instagram!

One thought on “Why I’m taking a hiatus from blogging

  1. Don’t try too hard to succeed. You already have. Just keep living and breathing and being. There is no right or wrong answer to your future. Feel it and be it. Don’t force it. Oh, and do adult things but never stop being a kid.

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