Restarting is always the hardest…

I waited soooo long to start this blog and when I finally built up the courage to actually start is it didn’t take so long before I just caught myself almost giving up on it.

I don’t want to get into too much details, but it had to do something with my personal life, why I stopped blogging.

Rambling about stuff is what I’m good at, I can talk about nothing for hours, and I felt like this could be something that I really enjoy doing and so I first thought about starting a blog.

This is not the first blog I ever started, but the first one that is closest to my heart, closest to me and is about me and the stuff I like.

Someone said to me before “If you don’t want to keep restarting, you shouldn’t stop”.

I find a lot of truth in it. We are creatures of habits, and though they may seem hard to be picked up at the beginning, if we keep at it then habits become a part of our live.

I just forgot to wait for it and almost gave up too easy.

I found it hard to focus on happy things and just focus on stuff when my personal life wasn’t going in the direction I imagined. But I realized that I had to separate the two.

I do find it hard to open up online about stuff and the courage I had crumbled too easy.

But I have been building myself up. And I realized if I keep coming back to it than that means something. It means that I want to do this, despite all the difficulties ( life, mental health etc….)

I have never been a quitter and I’m not about to start that right now.

So this is my first post back after months. I have plans for 2017. I want to get more organized, more committed and more courageous to make it all happen.

To all my fellow bloggers out there I say, don’t give up, keep at it, work hard and I wish you all a Happy New Year!

xoxo

Agota

One thought on “Restarting is always the hardest…

  1. I can relate to this post. I’ve had my blog a little under a year now and just a few months ago I felt like packing the whole thing up but then I had to think of why I started in the first place. I think taking a break for awhile every now and again helps because you come back with a fresh mind.

    Keep doing what you’re doing and take a break when you need it.

    Sabah || http://www.womanishaffairs.org

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