Over the past few weeks, I have definitely been taking my blog a bit more serious. I’ve had my blog for over 2 years now, considering how long my blog has been live, the amount of effort I’ve put into it, hasn’t always been the best. I’ve loved blogging ever since I’ve started, ever since a family friend recommended I started a blog as she thought it would be something worth my while.
My blog began as ‘Abigail Bunny’, a name in which I’d chosen within five minutes and then quickly put together a blog header on a trial version of photoshop, and then innocently slapped up a post about my favourite beauty and fashion things that month.
Over the past year, I’ve attempted to increase the quality and quantity of my blog posts. I’m finally feeling as though blogging is something that I feel proud of doing. Being a sufferer of anxiety, I’ve always been insanely paranoid of what people thought of me blogging; Where they laughing behind my back? Did they think I was self obsessed? Did anyone actually care?
I’ve had numerous points in my life, were I’ve contemplated whether it was all worth it. Was I just a pointless blog in the depths of all the other fashion and beauty blogs with thousands of followers?
As you can probably tell if you’re not new to my blog, my blog has been completely re-worked and re-vamped (I hope you like it by the way) I’ve done this partly for those people that do read my blog, and ask me over social media when the next one will be, it’s for those people who thought that I’d stopped blogging and asked me why, without those people showing their interest, I genuinely don’t think I’d have the confidence to write a blog.
Blush & Noise is hear to stay, although we have seen the death of Abigail Bunny in the past few months, I think it’s all for the best. For once in my life I’m taking something seriously – Which may be my medication talking as I’m currently ill in bed chugging down pain killers and meal supplement drinks – For all those who want to start a blog, then do it! The only person who’s holding you back is yourself. At the end of the day, the people who don’t support what you do aren’t worth your time.