- Created by: juliarutherford
- Created on: 07-02-19 17:04
Other times though when it’s hard. Awkward. Perhaps you feel like you’ve become a stranger on your own blog. Or that there’s nothing more you can add to the words that pour out into the blogosphere, day after busy posting day.
Perhaps it starts to feel like you’re losing, or have lost, your blogging.
I don’t know if that’s ever happened to you. It does, to me, from time to time, and the last month is the hardest I’ve ever found it. Hard to get back into the groove. Hard to find the way back in. Hard to re-find what it is that allows me to say, remember, believe, that my words, too, count.
Happily, I think I’m there now. How do I know? Well, my unconscious mind is back waking me up in the middle of the night with brilliant ideas for posts she’d like to write (thank you, dear sweet muse).
And what did I do to try and get my voice back? Well, mainly I waited.
There were a number of other things I did too, I buy essay and I’ve shared them below. They won’t necessarily work for you, but maybe some of them will help you start blogging quietly… or loudly… if you ever find yourself losing your blogging voice.
1. Give yourself breathing space
Enjoy some time away from the online world. Spend time outdoors. Read a novel. Breathe in and out. Take photos. Switch off your blogging mind for a while.
2. Give yourself permission to be quiet
You’re feeling like this for a reason. Give yourself the time and space to reflect, be quiet, work things out.
3. Remember it’s part of blogging
As some of you have reminded me before, the relationship we have with blogging is fluid, dynamic. It changes over time. …