Why you should NEVER feel guilty for having a ‘break’

“You, yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection.” -Buddha (3).png

So lately I’ve been feeling a little guilty. While trying to juggle work, University, a social life and trying to work on myself every day, I have found it really difficult to find the time to post on my blog. Now, this guilty feeling is self-made and is the fault of nobody other than my weird and wonderful little mind. I have created this idea that me not posting a blog is going to have an negative effect on someone else’s life – realistically this probably isn’t true. You guys have tonnes of mental-health related blogs you can access and note to self – life will go on without me posting for a while.

But, sometimes we feel we have a duty to our followers and our titles as ‘bloggers’, to post useful, interesting and meaningful content that readers are going to enjoy on a regular basis. As everything online is constantly growing and changing, we often find ourselves trying to keep up with the internet’s fast-paced growth. But with this comes an immense amount of pressure to perform, and for me, right now, that is just not going to happen!

I’m here to tell you it’s okay. Take the pressure off yourself and prioritise the most important things in your life right now. Blogging should be fun and your best ideas come from when you’re feeling inspired, not pressured. And the good news is, the internet doesn’t appear to be going anywhere soon, so you can just pick back up where you left off. The same goes for YouTube channels and any other online media account,

So, goodbye for now ❤ xoxox