So, I decided to take some time off from blogging, partially because life was crazy, but also because I wanted and needed to take some time to re-evaluate what I was going to do with this blog. I wanted and needed to grow it and change it. I needed to make it into a place where great topics and difficult things can be discussed, but in a way that creates space for growth no matter where you are in life.
I also, just needed a break. I have been blogging for more than a decade, and purposefully blogging multiple times each week for several years, and I needed some time away to rest and get inspired again. I also needed a chance to miss blogging.
So, in an effort to accomplish all of these goals, I am changing the way I approach blogging. I am going to take the advice of some fantastic blogging mentors in my life, and I am going to keep a writing and logging list on my computer, but I am going to actually organize my months to have themes instead of just a smash-up of my thoughts. While my thoughts and feelings will continue to get communicated, instead of them getting communicated when I think or feel them, they will get categorized to all be shared at the appropriate time so as to build upon each other.
I have no doubt that it will take me a while to get the hang of this new style, but I am excited about it, and have put quite a bit of thought into it. I also am excited to share that I will begin having guest bloggers!… Starting tomorrow, my friend Renee Fisher from Devotional Diva who wrote Loves Me Not will be sharing that He (Jesus) Loves You! And, she will be kicking off (a couple days early) my June series which will be focused on: Our Perspective of Ourselves.
I am really excited about this transition, and looking forward to seeing all the ways that God will use this to speak to me and change me. I am also maybe more excited to connect with you, who are along for the reading journey!
Please comment or connect with me throughout the process!!
One thought on “Breaking The Fast…”
That sounds very interesting, Krista, and I’m looking forward to reading you. But I must admit that I’m going to miss your spontaneous writings written about what you’re feeling at the moment you’re feeling it. Your spontaneity is one of the things I enjoy about you the most … ♥