There are few things worse than feeling in a rut.
And that’s exactly how I’ve been feeling recently. Since getting back from New York I have had no drive for blogging, the green-eyed monster reared its ugly head and along with my feelings of inadequacy, writing has been put by the wayside. It’s not that I’ve not had things to write about, I have about 50 post titles raring to go, it’s the whole industry to tell you the truth. The vogue blast on bloggers, seemingly endless blog hate, the fact that I’m nowhere near where I thought I’d be…I’ve honestly thought of just packing it all in.
But then I thought about why I started writing in the first place. Sharing designers & brands I love! This blog has given me so much more than I ever expected; I’ve worked with some incredible people, travelled, had amazing opportunities…this is just a blip in the road, everyone hit’s a slump, right? You wouldn’t think it but even top bloggers get feelings of comparison and have to remind themselves how well they are doing. That’s the key, isn’t it? We need to remember not only why we started but what we have achieved.