You might have noticed that I’m back on the bloggging scene. I can never stay away for long, I’ve been blogging for years so I always feel drawn back to it. No matter what. This time around was one of my longest blogging breaks. I basically had a bad experience with my self-hosting supplier and they tried to charge me over £130 to renew. Which of course I couldn’t justify. I lost everything I had worked for. Years of posts and hard work down the drain. Urgh. I know, it was dreadful but instead of letting it get me down – I’ve completely started fresh. So here I am. Twice a week – make sure you’re following on Bloglovin’ to keep updated. Even my Twitter is fairly new. Fresh, fresh, fresh. But yeah, I just wanted to quickly explain why I dropped of the radar and share the reasons why I started blogging again.
I missed being creative
Having your own blog gives you the space to do your thing and just be you. I’ve always loved getting creative and whenever I’m not doing something creative I get into a bit of a rut. This is definitely one of the main reasons why I started blogging again. I need to have somewhere that my creativity can flow.
It actually saves me money
I’ve never been one to spend and spend on things just because every blogger has is. When I blog, it makes me want to stay at home and work my bloody socks off. It’s definitely a good hobby to have when trying to save and it gives me somewhere to keep my thoughts on track.
Having somewhere to write my feelings
This one is probably a given. Sometimes I’ll write a massive ranting post and not even post it. It’s just nice to know that if I want to I can. It’s healthy to write your thoughts. I’m glad to be blogging again for this reason alone.
Keeing this one short and sweet but just basically wanted to explain why I disappeared and why I’m back again!
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