Monday, May 5, 2014

Searching for It


The inspiration.

The drive.

Everything I am wanting from this blog.

I started this blog wanting to document a rough time I was going through. I wrote and wrote. It felt great. It was my therapy to get me through some of the dark days. The only person that read those words were husband.

Now,there are some days it just clicks. And some days where I have already scheduled something.

But then there are days where I am lacking that oomph. To put the pen to the paper. Or fingers to keyboard.

Then again, maybe that's what I need. To put my actual pen to actual paper and just write. I love writing. Just writing free will. And I think sometimes I write for other people, what I think other people want to read. Which is very important.

However, there is also that other end where you should write what you love and other people love it too. Because it shows. It comes through in the words you are writing.

Two months ago I did a whole rebrand and new design. I thought that is what I needed. But I still find myself struggling. Searching for the words.

What does that mean? I am not 100% sure. I need to find my own voice again. Maybe write in my journal and then transfer it here. But I want to write what I feel and really be invested in my words on this blog.

Ever felt this was about your blog? What helped you get out of it?
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3 comments:

  1. oh and to think I thought you were looking for a hot pink type writer. That thing is pretty. But then again I think everything should be in hot pink. Yea this happens alot of the time to me which is why I blog randomly unless I schedule post. I have way too much going on in my head to keep it all up there. good luck.

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  2. I love the picture of the pink typewriter. I started a blog about 9 years ago. I've been blogging off and on a very long time. I had a blog that I wrote a lot of personal stuff on. I had a few very dark years. Not many people read it and it was actually fine with me. The people who did read it are still my friends today and helped to get me through that time. Then there where people who wrote a comment or two and tried to support me. Or give me advice even if I didn't want it. But, it still helped me through. Then I stopped writing/blogging for about three years. I just got back to it last month and revamped my whole blog and created a new one to start from scratch. I think you should write for yourself and write from your heart and the rest will fall into place.

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  3. I think we all go through this bloggers block. Sometimes you need the break to refresh your mind. You will then come back with a new insight on how you want to proceed with your blog. I say take the time you feel you need and ride it out.

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