So, I accidentally took a break from my computer.
I took a break from anything that had to do with my blog, actually.
The truth is, life got crazy and my blog took a backseat.
I wasn’t getting the views, visitors and subscribers I had thought I would. I was putting so much work into it and getting absolutely nothing out of it so I just ignored it.
I thought about it a lot. I mean all day long I would be thinking about stuff to write about and share with the world.
I decided that when I did open back up my lap top and work on the blog again, I would take it in a different direction. I want to still write about depression and my battles with it everyday. But, honestly I want it to make me money, too. In order to do that I need to really find a niche I am good at.
Most people in my life know that I am naturally a crafty person. (I get it from my momma, by the way.) I love making fun and beautiful things. Michael’s and Hobby Lobby are my happy places.
My depression is still a major factor in my life and I battle it everyday, but when I am making my wreaths or holiday decor, I truly feel like myself again.
So, I am going to try and turn what I love to do into something that will help me be better and possibly make a little extra money on the side.
Basically, I am slowly going to turn Me, Myself and Mommy into a lifestyle blog, but with a twist. I want to share my love for crafting, cooking, parenting and anything that makes my life easier. But, I am also going to share how writing about all these things is going to help me be a better me. A less depressed me.
Connecting with other people, especially mom’s, who have fought their battles with depression has truly been a blessing for me. I feel less alone in my battle and I pray the people I am connecting with feel less alone, too. I do not want to take that away from Me, Myself and Mommy. I am simply adding some extra’s.
This post is really for my followers, mostly my family and friends, thank for sticking around, even when I didn’t! I hope you enjoy the new content and don’t forget I am always an e-mail away if you want to talk!