Its official! My blog has been renamed to My Flourishing Retrospect. Its been over a month since I've really written any thing for my blog and I can't believe that my blog has surpassed its third birthday that was back in November. I didn't really write a post for my blog anniversary, but today I'm going to do just that...three months later... But it's better late than never. Yeah, I know I'm not the best at keeping track with everything on my blog and I don't think I ever really said why I stopped posting in the first place.
As of Fall 2017, Daniella and I started our first year of college and we have been swapped with work and trying to keep a good grade in all of our classes. Because of this, it took time away from writing any post and putting any effort into my blog made it impossible to finish any post. Most of my blog posts that I did publish during November and December were rushed and quickly thrown together and that's not what I wanted to see on my blog. This Spring semester of college is no different and I can't seem to put 100% of my effort into my blog.
I didn't feel proud in my writing or have inspiration to write anything. I also disappeared from social media for a while because I really couldn't stand to be on it for a while. But I have slowly spent some time back on Twitter and have been trying to interacting with a few people and try to be social, though I'm the total opposite of that. I really hope I can get back into the swing of blogging because I really do love it.
So, as I start the next chapter in my blogging journey, I'm going to try some new styles of writing. My blog will still have the same content of game reviews and such but I want to change how I write. I also want to try and re-join the blogging sphere on twitter and possibly try instagram again. It's very unlikely that I will last long on Instagram because I don't have anything to post, but I will try.
Thank you all for reading. I also want to especially thank Daniella from The Little Book Spy for helping me with my blog, encouraging me to write, and being the best twin I could possibly have.
Until next time,