M.I.A.: Why I Haven’t Blogged in 5 Months

Photo credit: Google Image

Photo credit: Google Image

I know you saw the gap since the last post,I wrote, please, let me explain

At first I thought I wanted to blog about relationships and women’s empowerment but after a while you run out of things to say in those topics and I got uninspired to write. I tried to “vlog” and thought I needed the fancy cameras and soon I realized that editing is way too tedious for my attention span. 

I started graduate school and was promoted to full time and I was just tireddd. I find myself putting a million things on my plate and things start falling off. Forcing myself to try and write about specific topics made it hard to sit down and think about what I was going to write as opposed to being excited and just doing it.

THEN I was struggling trying to find out what my “niche” was...chil’ I was all over the place. And I still am. Which works. I’m a lot of things which make me the person I am. 
The need to label everything and have a title purpose and solution to every post made it feel like a chore and I hate chores lol

So here I was talking with my bff about how lost and uninspired I felt and BOOM 
We figured it out. My blog is my documenting of my life. 
I am the content creator of my life, therefore I can write about whatever. My Instagram doesn’t have to have a consistent look, every post doesn’t have to have an answer and I def don’t have to have a schedule. 
I was thinking WAY too hard about it. I can write about what I know best, ME. And either people will relate or they 🤷🏾‍♀️

I’m not a life coach, I’m not a relationship therapist and I don’t need a “special name for my type of blogging” just Callme Payton

Yasmine Payton