Career, Job-Seeking, My Current Life

Why I Was Away For So Long

It’s not unusual for me to hop out the shower prematurely, grab a towel, and run to my iPhone to jot down a fabulous idea for a blog. It’s not uncommon for me to pull over during my commute to the office to write down an idea for a blog. At the office, I leave a blank notepad on my desk to jot down ideas as soon as they come. Normally, blog ideas flow consistently.

I took a 15 month hiatus from my blog. Why? My life was so full of activity that I honestly had no mental energy to conjure up a blog post, even when I tried. 2016 and 2017 were eventful years. I graduated from my graduate school program in August 2016; endured a 6-month job search (from May 2016 through December 2016) and 14 interviews with 10 different companies; accepted a job offer and settled into a new career; relocated to a new apartment in the Raleigh-Durham area; and planned an Atlanta wedding from North Carolina. I was so busy, I don’t even know how I managed to stay on top of everything. Sadly though, one of the things that I truly adore, was put on the back burner: my blog.

As I get older, it is becoming more clear to me, that I am not superwoman. I’ve always prided myself on my ability to juggle multiple activities at once and still keep my ducks lined in a row. What I never realized is that when you’re a jack (or jill) of many trades, it’s hard to do one thing well. I am not an exception. During one of the busiest phases of my life, I could not be a good blogger. I was bogged down with exams, papers, interview preparations, job trainings, and wedding planning. It was almost impossible for my mind to think of a great idea for a blog.

With that season in my life being over, I’m onto something new. I’m back to my regular Tuesday/Thursday blog posts. And, I hope to continue to entertain and enlighten others with my blog posts.

 

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