Where did my Mojo go?

For a few days now I’ve been thinking a lot about my blog and noticed I actually haven’t written from my heart in a while. When I started The Black Writer, I wanted to be able to motivate and speak to my readers , I wanted to share my life with you and hoped it would be an example. Of course with a little bit of fun here and there. And now thinking back, since I started my final year I haven’t been able to do that. I don’t know if it’s the stress from school that’s distracting me or I’m just loosing it. 

School went on break for two weeks, I spent my break sleeping, eating and thinking. Oh yh!!! I got a lot of thinking done, not just about my blog but my life generally. For a long time I had been blind to a lot of truths, my judgements had been clouded and I had made decisions on wrong basis. 

I Talked to God a lot about all these feelings and I’m just gonna sit and watch Him take care of me. 

Soon I’ll start writing again and I can’t wait to share them with you. 

Kisses for you all💋💋. 

Outfit Details

Tank top: Mr Price 

Skirt : Gifted from my sister

And my make up was inspired by Ofure

Have you been reflecting about your life and the direction it’s going, your blog or your business? How’s that coming for you ? 

Have you seen 

My mid year bucket list
My Leibster Award post


My blogging mistakes!

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My journey started in 2013 and it has been a slow one, not what I expected. I saw blogging as a way to express myself and share a part of me with others. It was easy for me when I started, I didn’t have a lot of things on my plate. As school work load increased, my blogging reduced. I didn’t have time to sit, think and develop the ideas I had, so I basically just ignored my blog. I started a new blog with the hope of finding a balance between blogging and my very busy schedule. So far I’ve been having the same issues, not posting regularly and having a slow growth. I thought about this really hard and noticed my mistakes. Here I’m going to share them and hope other beginner bloggers learn from them too.
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