You may or may not be able to tell but my blogging motivation is at an all time low. I’m approaching my first blogging birthday (this week!) and I feel so proud of myself for making it this far, but I just feel so meh about my blog.
I feel like I need a break, but having never missed an upload before now I find it so difficult to let myself take a week off.
Another day, another post being written at 11pm. Today it’s the procrastinating beauty blogger tag, simply because I’m lazy and tags are easy.
I don’t know where this tag originally came from but I found it here and decided it was an easy last minute post (I promise I’ll get back on top of blogging, hopefully today!)
It’s been about a month since I finished university for good (yes, I will be graduating in two weeks and you can expect a whole other post on that when the time comes), and that means there are a lot of big changes happening.
I’m taking today’s post to let you know about a few changes that are happening over on Essential Twenty.
When I was clearing out my draft posts aka deciding what to post one day and what to send to blog post heaven, I spotted that I’d started this tag a few of months ago and hadn’t finished it. Well I’m going to change that today.
I got this idea after seeing Rebecca post it, and I thought it was the sort of tag that was both informative but also fun for me to think about and hopefully fun for you to read.
After a few false starts, it seems like summer is finally upon us (although I just looked at the weather for next week and it doesn’t look like it’s sticking around for much longer. We had a good week). Don’t get me wrong, I love summer. I love being able to be outside, I love BBQs – give me aaaaallll the halloumi. I love how much more sociable life is in the summer. But I do have some real hates with summer.
Sometimes all I want is to curl up with a hot chocolate under the duvet and watch the snow. And we’re not getting that in summer (well, not this summer anyway).
On Friday I came to the realisation that I have a way to stay in control of my life. In a world where I am forced to take medication to help with my depression and anxiety, have to hand in work to strict deadlines, must eat healthily and exercise regularly to stay at an ideal weight, and feel pressured to conform to so many different standards, I have one way to stay in control of my life.
But it’s not a sensible way or a healthy way.