Saturday, November 12, 2011
Do you know what happens when you start blogging less? You start to live more. Or at least I have. I no longer feel the panic of needing to do something so I can blog about it. I just started to do things to do things. My reader also has over 1000 unread items and I don't feel guilty about it.
So wanna know what happened to me? Glorious things have happened.
I've made new friends who I have scheduled dates with every week. My calendar is jammed packed with hanging out sessions with people that I love. New friends are the best, you know who you are!
I have more time to study for the GRE and it's actually insanely exciting that I'm going to open a new chapter in my life.
I all of a sudden have tons of time to work out. Getting up at the crack of dawn to work out makes me happy. Who would have ever thought? Definitely not this girl!
I've gone to concerts and I even have dance parties in my living room. It's the best.
I've joined two book clubs and have a new obsession with Gossip Girl. So good.
But the best part is that I am happier. I feel so much more alive. At different times, blogging made me unhappy, I just felt like I wasn't getting any where with it. I mentioned this to a friend and her response was genius, "If it doesn't make you happy, stop. Besides it's just a dang blog."
Stopping for awhile actually helped me realize that I really love to write, and I missed it. I just don't need to let my blog determine how awesome I am. So what if I only have about 100 readers and not 1000? I now like the idea of having a more intimate readership, it works for me. Thank you 100 readers for sticking around, you are rocking my blog world.
I am so damn awesome.
And super hot too....
Aimee would be so proud.