As easy as it is to lose motivation, your creative spark or energy, it’s super important to not let it be as easy to just give up.

I assume we’ve all been there. Experiencing that feeling of wanting to curl up in bed, switch on Netflix, light the candles and pretend we have nothing to do (especially with the colder days on their way). BUT it’s just not worth it.

At the beginning of August I hit rock bottom with my creativity flow. I pretty much hit a brick wall. I had the least amount of inspiration I’d had in a long long time and I found it so difficult to even take some photos. The inspiration just wasn’t there and I couldn’t force it, so I gave up daily blogging for a bit and almost felt ready to stop it all for good.

Luckily, I had brain wave, slapped the back of my hand and told myself to stop being so silly. It was just a creative block. It happens and its not forever. Right?

I took it upon myself to take a break, do things to cheer me up and hoped to get my mojo back. It took its sweet time but it came, it worked and I feel better for it.

Why is it so important to just keep going?

Giving up on your dreams sometimes feels a lot easy than keeping going through the tough times. No matter your dream there will be obstacles and those things in the way aren’t always easy to get over, but by keeping going you’ll end up smashing through those walls and getting to the other side. Isn’t it such a good feeling pushing through and getting to where you’d expected? This is exactly why I kept going.

Many times it crossed my mind to just start a new hobby but I just knew deep down that I wouldn’t love and feel more passionate about something else. If what generic amoxil india you’re working towards is something you’re passionate about, something you want to pursue and succeed in then my advice is just keep going.

As Billy Ocean sung, “when the going gets tough, the tough get going” and that really is something you have to live by if wanna push through. My parents used to say that line to me and I never really quite understood what it meant. I used to just think it was one of those meaningless sayings. But growing up and thinking about it more, it does say a lot about topics like this.

Taking a break does you good.

I thought that taking breaks were a bad thing. Probably from all those years of watching Friends and Ross and Rachel arguing about “we were on a BREAK” (yes, I still binge watch Friends like I haven’t seen it before and live for that line).

But honestly, it does you the world of good if you’re on that breaking point.

If you’re close to giving up on something, whether it’s a piece of work or a passion, just have a little break, take some you time and switch off. Even if you need an hours breather or a week or two, see how it makes you feel and you may be grateful for that decision.

It did me the world of good and although I didn’t believe that taking some time off would help, I was so wrong.

Gosh, reading that back I feel like I was kinda preaching but it felt so good writing it. From someone that was close to giving up on a passion, a hobby and something I love, this advice is what I told myself, and it worked! Who knows where it might lead in the future but I’m so thankful I just pushed through.

Daily blogging is back and my mojo is in full swing.

Megan ?


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I can’t believe I’m finally able to say this but I’M A GRADUATE. Although the past three years at University have been stressful (let’s be honest, who wouldn’t be stressed doing a degree) I can honestly say I feel so accomplished, overwhelmed, proud – there’s too many words, I can’t think of just one. The three years pretty much flew by and it feels as if I only started last year. As much as I was stressed, it is true what they say – hard work really does pay off.

I went into uni with the mindset that I wouldn’t let it overwhelm me, but how very wrong I was. The experience was nothing like I imagined but was better in fact. Not only did I come out of this with a degree it’s taught me so much about myself. I was quite a reserved and confused student when I went in. I had no clue why I’d even picked Media and Cultural Studies, all I knew was that I loved to film, edit and write creatively. To be perfectly honest, I went started University so 50/50 about it, I didn’t even know if I wanted to be there. I guess that’s quite a normal feeling though when you start something new. All those nerves overwhelm you and you question whether you want to be in that particular place, but oh how I’m so glad I stuck to it.

In school I always pushed myself so I knew that when I went to University I needed to push myself even harder. I needed to push myself to understand what I wanted from my degree, to find my strengths and also my weaknesses.

The first year of University was definitely the most taunting. But please by no means, don’t let that scare you off. It was daunting in a positive way. My first year pushed my boundaries in so many different ways. For one, I hadn’t had to make new friends or be in a new educational environment for 7 years. So going into somewhere where I knew nobody was probably one of the scariest things I had to do. To be honest, that’s actually one of the things I was most afraid of as you may imagine. But those nerves die down after about 5 minutes of meeting everyone when you realise everyone else is in the same boat, nobody knows each other and it’s everyone’s first day. Once you get speaking to someone those nerves disappear straight away, trust me.

Secondly, the workload was a lot more independent than anything I’d done get doxycycline online before BUT this actually became one of the things I love. Being able to complete your own work without someone looking over your shoulder every five minutes meant you could create what you wished to. Of course, you needed professional guidance now and then, but having the freedom to create and develop your own ideas is such a life lesson. This freedom of creating my own work led me to starting a blog, as it gave me the confidence to know my work and creativity was something I’m passionate about. The practical side to my course – the filming, editing, photography, writing and so much more – inspired me to create my very own work on my very own topics and that has led me to where I am today with my blog, which I am so grateful for.

Went off on a bit of a blogging tangent there didn’t I, but University really has made an impact on who I am today. I wouldn’t say its changed who I am as a person, but it’s brought me out of my shell and taught me a lot about going the extra mile and wanting the best out of life. It’s pushed me a lot and that’s something I wouldn’t have achieved without it.

After the first year was up, that’s when my workload got a lot more serious and hands on. From the minute second year began I felt like I’ve been in a constant cycle of essays and practical creations.

Now that I’ve finished, I feel the need to keep creating and writing. Being non-stop with a workload is something I now enjoy as well as keeping a busy schedule everyday. After all, that’s what I’ve been used to the past three years. Late night laptop time feels normal to me now and having the summer off means I have the freedom to work at my own pace, which is something I’ve been craving for a long time.

Overall – the three years at University challenged me in so many ways, there were good and bad times but every single moment was a life lesson. As much as I learnt how to film, edit, write and all things media, it also taught me about myself and I think that’s just as important. Its crazy to think its all over now but I have to say, it was one of the biggest but greatest challenges I’ve ever put myself through.

What helps you get your creativity flowing?

Megan ?

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