Hello everyone. Hope you’re having an amazing day, night, evening, or whatever time of day it is where you’re at.
For today’s Blogtober post, I decided to change things up a bit. Leave space for some creative writing up in here.
As I struggled with what to write, I decided to take a break and continue cleaning my room. During the cleaning, I came across an English binder. (The hoarder in me kept that binder for so long). Anyhow, luckily for me, I found a prompt that seemed interesting. The only problem is that cleaning took most of my time and I am feeling drained.
I’m starting to think this whole daily thing isn’t for me.
I have my itinerary and all the things I want to write about, but it’s just not enough. I have so many other things to take care of first. But I don’t just want to give up on my writing.
But I just feel like this site is starting to become like the random musings on my other blogs. And I’m not starting to like that.
I need to change it back soon. I’m struggling.
I’m trying to tackle other projects at the same time. I need to better manage my time.
But seriously, I don’t want this site to emulate a Dear diary, type of feel.
I’d rather let you know about the tiny house project. My first year seasonal teaching shenanigans. Tips and how-to’s. That and all about my new project. But the new project is barely in the newborn stage. I rather wait a little bit more until I at least have the foundation.
That’s just me. Of course, a blog can have anything and everything the blogger wants to include, but I feel I need to work more on my planning of posts. I had them all over the place.
I also want to practice my creative writing. I went through my external hard drive and found a lot of stories I started, but never finished. I want to continue where I left off. I wish I was brave enough to share them here, but that might have to wait a little more.
Instead, tomorrow I’ll start with utilizing the prompt I found in my English binder and write a little something. And please, if you happen to be interested in reading it, leave the criticism no matter how harsh it may seem. I love good and bad feedback. It allows me to know what to change and how to become better.
I feel like this post became more of a rant. I don’t think it should be considered part of blogtober.
But it’s what I could type of.
Have any of you fellow bloggers felt that way or some type of way? How do you overcome it?
I’ll wrap it up now. Thanks for stopping by.