So…did you spot the new logo? Yep, there is it. Quite
pleased with it really!
It’s taken a while but over the last year I made quite a few
edits to the look and feel of the blog and I really like how it’s shaping up.
It’s very much a representation of who I am, but something I’ve always wanted
to do was dabble with creating my own logo, or branding I suppose, and I’m
really pleased with the way it’s turned out. It’s a nice new look to kick things
I put a grab button together too which is now a permanent
feature in the side bar over…there.
But getting back on top of things has been more challenging
that I thought it would be.
I’ve taken breaks from blogging many times over the last few
years but this is really the first time I’ve ever not known how to start again.
It’s not a writer’s block. Luckily I’ve never really felt
unable to think of ideas or create content but I feel like I’ve hit quite a
turning point in my journey as a blogger and defining myself, my brand and how
I do all of this is something I really don’t want to leap into without a more
confident picture or what I’m doing and where I’m going.
What I’d really like to know right now is how many other
bloggers have felt this way at some point? If you’ve been through a similar
thing let me know did you move passed it? What action did you take, or what
decisions did you come to? Did you experience a change in thinking, or
branding, or take a new angle with your content?
Let me know. It would be very reassuring to know others are
or have gone through this.
For the time being I have lots of content I’ve already
written that I’d like to upload so there are posts on the way, but you may (or
may not!) start to see some changes around here. Once I figure that out I know
it’ll be a great new adventure for the blog.
In the meantime I’m also getting active on the Youtube
channel so be sure to go check that out! I’ve started vlogging more regularly
which has been a lot of fun, and all the bits and bobs you find here are going
to be making there way over there very soon too!
So yes, I’d love to hear about any blogger struggles you’ve
had in the comments, and any suggestions you might have to really get my head
back in the right place again!
Thea is an Academic, a Crafter and a Musician from the West coast of Wales. She documents her trials and tribualtions as she wanders the maze of challenges that life presents, all while travelling the world and pursuing her dreams.