This will be one of this blog’s last entries. Sometimes in life we have to re-evaluate and recommit. I have decided to take that position when it comes to various things in my life including my blog. I’ve spent so much time, money and resources trying to do things one way or another without seeing the success that I want. I’ve been all in committed at times and forcing myself to get it done at others. Either way my blog’s account expires on January 21, 2019, and 9 times out of ten I will let it go. I should keep it considering I’ve had my beautiful business cards inked with the website but I pride myself on being the girl who can let go, cut off and eliminate waste without hesitation.
I have truly enjoyed putting together some of these blog posts, and interacting with people from all over the world but what I’m not going to do is: 1) Waste money. 2) Beat a dead horse. I’ve been trying with this blog for two years and I haven’t connected with people the way that I intended to. I’m not quitting though. If you’ve read any of my posts then you already know I’m not a quitter. Like so many people who have reinvented themselves time and time again, I am seeking to do just that. I’m thinking about different formats. Thinking about a podcast, a new YouTube channel and just focusing on honing my crafts all together. I don’t have time to write blog posts for a non existing audience but I do promise to come back to blogging once there is a need for whatever information I can share with the world.
To my few subscribers, I thank you from the bottom of my heart for your vote of confidence, what might have been a simple click to you, has meant much more to me. Your acceptance has helped to fuel my confidence and belief in myself. It’s inspired me to keep dreaming and keep believing, that there are more people who might find something useful, helpful or informative in my work. As I transition into different projects or things that I’m working on, I will use my last 30 days on WordPress to just express whatever I’m feeling. I have no solid ideas, so we will see what’s ahead.
In the meantime, I pray that your holiday is filled with love, good food and great company! Happy Holidays!
Be Blessed and Be a Blessing,