I know what you’re thinking. If you’ve been following me along my blogging journey you’ll notice I haven’t posted in so long! And if you haven’t, well I welcome you to what I hope will be a regular blogging experience that I can fit into my work-life integration system.
I think one of the reasons it’s taken me so long to get back into things is because I’ve been limiting myself, topic-wise. If you’ve ever blogged before then maybe you’ve also felt that same ‘I’m-not-completely-sure-what-my-brand-is’ feeling.
I’ve been taking social media courses over the past few months that have really helped me identify my interests and what kind of “different” perspective I can provide.
In the current world we live in, finding out what your unique traits are is crucial. There’s a fine line between admiration and imitation of those we find inspiring, which is something I’ve been thinking about recently.
I used to think that there was an exact science to creating the perfect website—you get that streamlined, modern design (which often comes at a price), promote throughout different channels and provide continuously spectacular content.
I’ve decided to take a more organic approach and see where I wind up. Blogging is supposed to be fun, right? And I really do love this writing style. Expect spontaneity if you do continue to read any of my future writing, because it feels more like an adventure when I step back and let the words flow—plans be damned.
SIDE NOTE: I am still interning in London, England (for PR) this fall (2016). I am excited about this new chapter and will share my thoughts along the way! (This isn’t a plan, though). 😉
Have any of you ever prolonged writing because of that ‘all-or-nothing’ mindset?