Now seems to be the time where everyone appears to be in a slump. Whether that’s because people are going back to school / college / university, summer is coming to a close, the weather is starting to turn colder (I’m so happy about this!) or it might just the time of year for a slump. I’ve definitely seen a lot of people mention on Twitter that they’re regularly looking for things to treat themselves to as a pick me up or taking a self care day. I’m all for self care days, I think they’re amazing to give you that little boost of energy or just to help with the daily grind.
I just want to pretext this by saying that this is not aimed at any one person or groups of people. This is a generalisation from what I’ve seen online.
The last week/two weeks online and around the blogosphere have been peppered with a lot of blogging drama. Ugh, even just typing that, ‘blogging drama’, made me cringe.
However, recently I’ve seen a whole explosion of drama all over twitter/instagram from bloggers who feel like anything another blogger says is indirectly aimed at them and then they’ll subtweet and continue this and someone else will think it’s about them and then another subtweet.. yadda yadda, you get the idea.
I am a planner. I like to plan things out and know what’s happening, that way if things go awry I can get it sorted quickly. I haven’t always been like this, it’s something I’ve had to learn over the last four/five years or so and it just makes life so much easier.
Okay, so I let two months go past without blogging again. Well, almost two months, but still.
Things have been so hectic and genuinely busy that I haven’t even been reading or commenting on blogs never mind blogging myself. I know it’s bad when I don’t even read my favourites any more.