Tea Talks | Trying to Try

Hi there guys, it's been a while since I've done one of these chats where I just kinda blurt out everything that's going on. I love doing these every so often because it gives me a chance to reflect and see things through a different light. It also keeps me honest on my blog which is all I want to be.


The first thing I'd like to talk about is my life slump that I've been in for a few months now. I am usually a very high energy person, I always have a lot of goals that I want to achieve or skills I'd like to learn and most the time, I have loads of motivation for these things. I'm almost always ahead of myself when it comes to planning, getting tasks done and just life in general. However, lately, I've been feeling kind of 'meh' about life. It sounds a little indescriptive but I've just felt like I have no motivation. I started 2018 on such a high. I was motivated, inspired and feeling like there was nothing I couldn't do. Looking back now, I think I maybe burned myself out. I think I pushed a little too hard when I should've had a little sit-down and a rest. Since May, I've been feeling this way but with the new academic year coming starting soon and the final push of 2018 arriving, I'm feeling super motivated again.

Due to feeling more motivation, my blog has had a little more work put into it. I've really stopped focusing so much on numbers and opportunities. This has helped sooo much with how I feel about my blog because it just removes all the stress. I've also been planning posts a lot more lately and just trying to get ahead of myself. Before July, I'd gotten into the really bad habit of writing post the day they needed to be posted and rushing to take bad photos and just not really putting any soul into my posts. I just had to sit down and focus on what I wanted to see on my blog and just make it a reality.

Thank you sooo much for having a lil read of my life updates. I've loved just letting it all out aha. Have a lovely day and stay beautiful. 
"Life is 10% what is happening and 90% how we react to it" - Charles Swindol.
Lots of loves,

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