If you follow me on Instagram and if not, then why not click here for a nosy, then you’ll have seen my recent conundrum around my blog. I’ve written countless posts about my online journey from starting off blogging via myjournal to progressing all the way to WordPress where having a blog isn’t just a hobby but a whole industry. Mindblowing. I envolved from reblogging pretty images to posting my own. I’ve bared my soul on my corner of the internet and pushed myself out of my comfort zone when I started taking outfit photos. I’ve waved the flag for mental health, and I’ve documented almost every book I’ve read for the last year. It dawned on me that the reason why I’ve been so unsure of the future of my blog is simply down to one thing – because I really care.
For me, blogging isn’t just a hobby – it is an outlet for me to share my passions and huge mechanism in helping me unwind and destress. Some people do yoga; I write both publically and personally. I’ve explored almost every niche possible, and although books are my passion, part of me misses the odd lifestyle post here and there, and that is precisely what I plan to do. Get back to being What Amy Did and showing you, well, what I do. You might think it is weird that I would even post something so trivial, but to me, it isn’t. I care so much about my blog and my audience that it feels only natural to let you in on my plans. There won’t be a huge change, but on my Instagram, I plan to share more on my feed as opposed to my stories. For once in a couple of months, I’m really excited to get writing. Everything lately has felt like a chore and the reason why is because I knew deep down, it just wasn’t what I wanted to create; it was what I thought I had to. So change is on the horizon. Even writing this feels like a weight off my shoulder and a breath of fresh air already.
Books are going nowhere – they are still a massive part of my life but, stay tuned for a little more than just books. What that looks like right now I don’t know, but all I know is that I’m excited to write more and get excited.
So, with that being said you can now follow me on Instagram @ whatamydid and on Twitter as What Amy Did. I’d love to know your thoughts as always!1