Hypocritical, considering I am still a blogger and I still intend on blogging. And don’t get me wrong, I also still love blogging. But like the title says, I also sometimes hate it.
While I’ve been gone, I haven’t been inspired at all. I still try to keep up with all the other blogs I used to read pre-break, but whenever I refresh my Bloglovin, I see a slew of posts that I feel I’ve seen before – and it’s not just in my head, because I have seen them before, because everyone is doing the same thing.
Now, I know some topics are unavoidable and travel quickly around the blogging world. And I’m all for the majority of those topics – they should be noted and written about. But when everyone starts harping on minuscule, unnecessary, overdone, and vapid topics – I lose it. Or when everyone takes the important topics, and regurgitates the same content everyone else has put up.
Granted, my idea of blogging might just not match up with everyone else’s – maybe I’m the minority, the exception. If people have been getting increased traffic from what they’ve been doing, there’s no incentive to change it – so maybe I’ve been in the wrong.
But regardless, I’ve decided that if I’m going to be back – and try to be efficiently back for good – I need to do things my way, and not be dragged down by what everyone else is doing.
If you don’t like what you’re going to see on TFN – then be my guest and read the many other repetitive blogs out there. And if I – at any point – begin to be repetitive, call me out and remind me of my mission.
2016 is fast approaching and my main goals is to upkeep this blog the best that I can!
In the mean time, expect to see more college related posts – and feel free to comment what you want to know – I’d love to write about it!