Jan 11, 2014
I have had the blogger’s block too. But now i’m going to do a somewhat funny thing, by breaking my blogger’s block, by writing about blogger’s block while responding to someone else’s blogger’s block..
Actually, i just wanted to write that down. I want to respond to much more than just the blogger’s block. For instance, you talked about that you should meditate. Something i can fully agree with. Have the discipline to meditate twice a day, 30 minutes each. Don’t know how to meditate? Try Transcendental Meditation! It can be difficult to find practice audio when you’re new, so naming a non-bullshit, secular-friendly version of it, can do a lot of good for people like you and i.. People who might be reading my blog or your blog.
PS: I’m glad you’re writing again! (:
Does anyone else struggle with blogging from time to time? Is blogger’s block a thing? 🙈
Well, no matter, because I think I finally nailed down the source of my blogger woes. And it probably comes as no surprise, but it turns out, the culprit was me! haha Go figure. Basically, I was taking the whole blogging thing way too seriously. I think the seriousness came from putting pressure on myself to be something I’m not. I’m not a counsellor. I’m not even an advisor, although I like to help where I can. I’m just a girl with a big sparkly heart who wants the world to feel the grace of pure, universal one-ness and love. That’s all. So, although I had well-intended intentions to lay out the details of my personal transition from Woe-Is-Me to Little-Miss-Sparkly… the truth is, it’s been a very personal journey of self reflection and…
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