The example I had given was from personal experience. About 2 year ago posts from my blog were printed and used to suggest that I was overwhelmed. My blog was something I always enjoyed writing and following blogs was a source of creativity and inspiration. Seriously have you ever met a mother that never got tired and looked great all the time. Ahem.
Because of that I took a break from blogging to minimize additional unwanted backlash on my parenting. It was hard to return and I considered just shutting it down. My answer to her question was no I didn't regret it I just lost my love for it and could not get back into it. I had no regrets I put thought into what I wrote and it was my creative outlet.
At times I have missed it and I would snap a picture with intentions of posting and of course never did. After a this question was asked to me I thought well why not return to it. I don't have to post everyday just when inspiration strikes share something neat. Check on my favorite blogs when I need that burst of creativity.
So here I am again.
- First up is change up change the blog colors/design. A little blog spring cleaning.
- I had a yummy salad to post yesterday.
- Just finished reading Labor Day by Joyce Maynard next up is The Gilly Salt Sisters by Tiffany Baker. If I had a project to go with it they would have been on the yarn along this week
- Oh and why is the picture on it's side that you have to turn your head to see the books? Ah well because whatever medium I use to bring in the picture it will NOT rotate. I gave up trying otherwise I thought I would never post again.
- Finally got an instagram account to go with my blog thislittlekitchenblog
- I have feeling I'm going to be really enjoying that. Why did I wait so long?