That's what has been on my mind lately.
This space has never just been only a fashion blog for me. I like to dress up occasionally because it's fun. I focused doing that to give a boost for my mental health and to distract myself from feeling guilt over artist block/burn out.
My blog has been slowly changing this year. I don't share outfits as often because I'm happier spending too much time creating things.
I'm going to brush it off because everyone changes. We unfollow people/blogs we are no longer into at any time and it's a bit silly to take it personal. If you are the one unfollowing others and it eventually happens to you, is that right to react?
If I were to change the direction with this blog, I won't take it personal.
I've been blogging for over a decade. This particular space is actually 7 years old. It was created back when I was still in high school. It's so old to me and it may feel like a short lived blog from an outside perspective. I'm getting to the point that I want to focus on myself and expanding my work into a dependable career. I'm feeling creative and I want to take full advantage of it.
I have never been one for encouraging niches because of how limiting it can become. I don't want to give my blog more labels or anything like that.
My time needs more creations, learning, evolving and adventures. The responsibilities of a blogger won't let me give my 100% towards it. I also don't spend as much time on reading many blogs, leaving comments or participating in chats.
I LOVE the support of friends and the blogging community. I won't disappear from social media or stop following everyone's blogs/lives. I may just go on a long blog hiatus, limit my posts per month or start a new chapter on Tumblr.
I know for sure that a decision will be made by mid summer or the end. I'm still going to post regularly because there are things many things I still want to share!
This has been lingering in my head on and off but I'm ready now for something to change.
I thought I would throw this out first. It is upsetting to see a blogger stop especially when it comes out of nowhere.