I love blogging and have loved it for a very long time but the last few weeks have been tough. Instagram is a battle. You spend so much time putting out quality content and it's so hard to get people to engage with you. Don't get me wrong, I have some amazing supporters who always engage with my content and believe me; I appreciate that. But, out of nearly 5k followers, you do struggle with the idea that only 100+ ever like it.
If the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdowns and social distancing restrictions have got you down, then even the smallest of pick-me-ups can make a big
The most affected people by the lockdown regulations are those who stay alone. It gets even more challenging if you have to work from home, which means you spend 90% of your time alone. Even with the less strict physical distancing rules, which make it possible to venture out more often, you still have to mind your health and avoid crowded places or social gatherings. It means spending most of the time alone.
That takes me onto the subject of this post. As much as I love being in my 30's and I honestly do mean that. I have found that on my numerous hours of reflections (and I mean numerous hours!) I have found that there are a few things that if I could go back I would do a LOT differently. As much as I try my best not to have any regrets (which is pretty impossible to be fair) I have pondered on what life would have been like; had I had a different perspective in my 20's .
So when I booked the flight to Portugul I was amped! I honestly couldn't wait to go and explore. Malta was phenomenal, we stayed in San Giljan, a beautiful and small part of Malta and we chose to stay in the hotel Cavalieri, a small but very clean and friendly hotel. It was different because it was an art hotel; which meant that it used the venue to showcase the work of local artists.
I know. It's been over two months since I committed myself to coming on here and writing a post. This time around though; the delay hasn't been caused by my not being interested, or motivated. In fact I've had a massive amount of both of those things recently. It's more because my life is more busy now than it was before lock down.
I know guys, shock horror! I actually deleted my Instagram account. I had over 6k followers, was receiving free gifts and had ‘influence’. So why did
It’s not only a New Year that we are entering, but it’s also a brand new decade and I don’t know about you all but that