A thank you from mylittlebookblog

So, it’s Sunday and the end of this celebration of mylittlebookbookblog. I’m going to keep it short because I’ve waffled enough this week.

I’ve learnt a lot blogging and I’ve learn a lot about myself in doing so and to be honest with you, I think that this blog has ultimately saved me from a number of cripplingly scary moments. My life right now is a little in limbo and it’s terrifying. I’m not sure what I want to do let alone where I want to be and in the last ten months I’ve seen the worst of myself and the panic that comes from graduating and feeling a little lost. But this blog has brought out the best of me. 

I have felt so wonderfully supported and this blog has been a life saver and I just wanted to really say thank you. From my mushy emotional and slightly whimsical heart. Because you are the best people that I could have ever wished for. All the authors, the bloggers, the tweeters, the likers the commenters and the emailers (these are not words) but all of you. Thank you. Thank you so much and here’s to another year of this pretty goddamn wonderful tiny space of the internet that I have found I’m able to call home.


9 thoughts on “A thank you from mylittlebookblog

  1. Content Catnip says:

    HI Lizzy love your blog, glad you found solace in it. Hey dont beat yourself up about the crisis after graduating. I had the same thing and this slump where I felt the same way as you, but it does go away. All I can say is keep doing what you love and always try out new things that may then become your passion and then this may take you in new and exciting directions, good luck and well done on the 2 year anniversary.

    • littlebookblog says:

      Thank you so much for such a wonderful comment 🙂 I have been a little lost over the last few months but really think this blog has helped pull me through! It’s lovely to hear that the slump does eventually go away 🙂 after a year out of university I hope it does soon 🙂 xxxx

      • Content Catnip says:

        Stay strong sweetie, the slump lasted for about 3 years for me, but don’t despair! Opportunities will arise with or without your pushing for them and then when they do – snap them up. It happens to all of us though the after-uni identity crisis thing, I had big expectations for the fancy job after uni and it didn’t happen like that, but eventually it did happen.

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