It’s the first summer of my post-post-grad life. The summer of dreamed of for years has come and is almost over. No, I’m not going back to school, at least not yet. Things haven’t gone how I thought they would. I’d be lying if I didn’t say keeping up this blog is getting harder and hard to do, not because of lack of time, but lack of motivation.
I thought not having school would free my mind, give me the free time I missed, etc.
Lucille Ball was quoted as saying, “If you want something done, ask a busy person to do it. The more things you do, the more you can do.”
I think there’s some truth to this, although not the total truth.
I feel like I could get more done in a day then than I can now, even if I can set my own schedule more often these days.
Perhaps getting back into everyday life is more than I bargained for. Perhaps my brain just needs to rejuvenate and heal, yes heal.
Maybe having more to do meant that I had more to write about.
Whatever the reasoning it’s caused me to reevaluate my blogging and social media practices, again.
I’ve been trying to put together my post-post-grad life, because it’s not something that just falls into your lap, unless you’re incredibly lucky, it’s something that needs to be built, and then crafted.
Things have been changing in my life and it only makes sense that other things will follow. It doesn’t matter what I thought the long game would be when I have to take into consideration what the long game looks like it is now, rather than what I wish the long game looked like.