Finding My Rhythm

I’ve drafted this post 3 times now.

Every time it ends up being a bit of a sob story about how I’m so uninspired and in a creative rut.

Oh how I long to be one of those people that jump out of bed in the morning ready to tackle the day! Instead, I wake up to 3 different alarms and struggle to breathe until I’ve been in and out the shower and shoved a cup of tea in my face.

I keep thinking that if I talk about wanting to get inspired then suddenly a light will turn on and I’ll be as creative as ever and have a head full of posts and things to write about. But the reality is that I’m probably not in a rut and I do definitely have ideas. I’ve let myself get out of a routine and I just need to dive back in and crack on with it.

I think that’s what inspires me the most; girls, us girls, who can just crack on with it no matter what life brings. Girls that know what they want from life and aren’t afraid to go out there and battle the elements and go against the grain.

When you’re doing what you love it makes you feel so complete and full. I love blogging and I’ve got so so many ideas I’ve just let it drift away from me and I’m desperately clawing it back.

I’ve been scouring Instagram and Pinterest lately, and you wouldn’t believe the amount of people, girls, on there who are so passionate about what they do and don’t care what others think.

I love that. It makes me feel like I’m part of something amazing, part of a world of breaking barriers and achieving goals and aspiring to be the best that you possibly can. It’s 2017, and ideas are starting to change and adapt and we’re part of that and I’m loving it. You can be who you want to be, and hell yeah I will!

So this is me, signing out and promising to stop beating about the bush and crack on with my writing and get back to really enjoying it. I will find my rhythm again.

It’s pay day. It’s Friday. It’s the end of the month.

Let’s do this.

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Side Note: James is getting well good at finding grimy, graffiti’d photo settings. Don’t ya think?

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