Something about Spring peeking its way back into everyday life really jumpstarts my motivation. And by jumpstart, I do mean in my own clunky, hectic way. It has never been a nice and simple procedure of one small idea popping into my head and I can carry it out as soon as I can and feel content and happy with it – it’s more as soon as the skies are blue again and I have the slightest bit of energy in my body, I have a million different ideas of exciting things I want to do. I want to redecorate my room, I want to change up my wardrobe, I want to take up a new hobby, start painting again, learn how to bake etcetra, etcetra. My brain works like a switch with one click pushing my brain to go a hundred miles a minute and the other is essentially off but with the basic energy to carry out everyday tasks and meet deadlines, remember to eat and drink water and the nagging at the back of my brain that I should be doing more.
If I had to define the past few months for me I’d describe it as a good balance. Obviously not everyday goes the way I want it to. But I’ve felt productive and I’ve been kept busy, which is what I want. I’m in my final academic year of my degree, I’ve written a bloody dissertation which got a FIRST (still not over it), I was lucky enough to be production manager for a university society-led play and one of the best things that have happened recently is my new job. I’m now a student social media assistant/blogger for my university. My mouth automatically conjures itself into a smug and grateful grin whenever I talk or think about it. I’m really bloody enjoying it, basically.
One of the main tasks in my working day is to plan, write and organise new blog posts for the student blog. A lot of them are student interviews because my main goal is to promote the student experience of our university but don’t get me wrong it’s actually been really nice to learn more about experiences and the opportunities other students get on their course since most of the time I’m just thinking about my course or the courses of my friends. But because of writing blog posts at least 2 days of the 5 working day week, my motivation and love for blogging has obviously resurfaced. I’ve missed writing on here so much. I know I say that every damn time but now I really want to push writing/planning for my own blog into my weekly schedule.
I have a couple of plans for blog posts coming up and I also have plans for revamping how my site looks as change inspires me. One of my main wishes as a writer, in general, is to just invoke the feeling of excitement, curiosity or gratitude that I get and if I’m sat around procrastinating even opening my blog, then that goal is never going to happen and I’m never going to get better. So I’m hoping to change that soon.
Please keep an eye out for new posts and feel free to pop a comment below of what kind of content you’d be interested in. Feedback and interaction always makes me smile!
I hope you have a lovely day that brings even a slight smile to your face!