For quite some time now, I’ve realised that I’ve been losing my direction when I’m blogging. I sometimes lack motivation and ideas but when I have them I put everything into it. So I’ve decided that I now know what I can do to change this.
Quite frankly, I am bored of my own blog. And if I bore myself, I’m not exactly going to keep the attention of my followers, am I? So I knew I needed to change something if I wanted to continue writing.
I found a niche
When I first started this blog, I knew it wasn’t going to fall into a niche. I just wanted to write whatever I felt like at the time. And to an extent, I still will be. What I’ve realised is, that my passion lies in writing to make myself feel better or get things off my chest. Even my ‘monthly favourites’ posts may seem like they are more beauty based but to be honest, it’s just things that have made me happy during that month. So, I’ve decided to focus on Mental Health & Well-Being. That’s what most of my post are based upon, and I honestly think I’ve finally found my niche.
Because I no longer care about what other people think
When I began writing about mental health, I was absolutely shitting myself. Part of me thought ‘I don’t want everyone knowing what’s going on in my life’ and then the wiser part of me thought, WHY NOT, I’m not the only one who has a bit of a shit time in their head. Well, I’ve now got to the stage where I no longer care about what people think.
To raise awareness of mental health
If people don’t talk about mental health then how can we fight the stigma? Hmm. Exactly. So, if I do my tiny little part of talking and sharing my experiences, maybe even more people will open up and start to help themselves get better.
To help others
If I can help one person, even the tiniest little bit, by sharing my tips or experiences then that would make me so so happy. Lots of people are talking about mental health now, especially in the blogger community which I think is absolutely incredible. GO TEAM.
SOOOO, many of you might not give a damn or even notice a difference but I wanted to share with you why I have decided to re-brand. I hope you’re all well.