14/10/2016

Taking A Break


This blog has been my baby for quite some time now and I'm so proud of how far I've developed it. It might not be the best blog in the world but I produce posts about the things that I like and I hope you like them too!


Unfortunately, I am taking a break from blogging for a month or so. As you may know, last September I started a course to gain my journalism qualification. This finished in March; however I failed a couple of exams which I'm not proud of. It's not an excuse but I was seeing someone and that sort of took over my life and I let my revision take a back seat. I was a massive doughnut and will never let that happen again.

For me, my career and education has always been at the forefront of my life. I want to succeed in life and be the best that I can be. Right now, it's my main priority. That means something has to give. My life right now is blog, work and revision. I barely have a social life because I spend all of my time blogging and revising. Either work or blogging has to give and as I need my job to live, blogging has to be pushed to the side.

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I'm motivated to pass these exams as I've paid £100 for them and cannot afford to fail them again! I desperately want to get my qualification so I can start on the journalism career ladder. It's something I've been so passionate about for years so it's about time I kick-started it!

I may blog occasionally but there's no way I can keep blogging 3-5 days a week and revise every day too. My exams are on the 16th November so I will be back blogging after then and I will be taking part in Blogmas once again which I am even more excited for this year. I promise it will be bigger and better than it was last year!

Thank you to all of you who have been with my blog from day one and those who may have just discovered my blog as well as everyone in between. It's been a hard decision for me to make so I hope you all understand that this decision was not taken lightly.

I hope you will all join me back here when I'm back. Monday 21st November:

I WILL BE BACK!
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14 comments

  1. Just take time out, there's no point stressing out!! :) xox

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  2. Aw lovely! Take as long as you need! I totally get this!
    I feel like I need a break as I have multiple things going on and blogging is taking up way to much time!
    You will smash your exams for sure :)
    Good luck with everything and make sure you stay in touch! 💕💕
    Rachel xxxx
    www.rachelxblog.com

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  3. Sounds like you're doing the right thing by wanting to focus more on your future. I sometimes don't blog for a week or two as life just gets in the way. I'll look forward to reading your future blog posts when you have time to do them. Wishing you lots of luck with your journalism goals xxx www.hannahscloud9.com

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  4. Aw it completely makes sense what you're doing, I'm sure everyone will understand! Good luck with your exams, I graduated last year with a 2.1 in BA broadcast journalism and loved it!!

    Lots of love and looking forward to having you back :)

    Izzy | www.ADoseOfChatter.com

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  5. Take as long as you need hun :) I've had to take breaks before so I know where you are coming from.
    Will look forward to reading your posts when you're back :)
    xxx
    http://kezlablogs.blogspot.co.uk/

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  6. Taking a break from blogging sometimes can be the best thing as you come back refreshed with lots to share and tell people on your blog. I wish you all the luck in the world with your exams lovely, I'm more than sure you will pass. 💋💫✨

    With love, Alisha Valerie. x
    www.AlishaValerie.com || www.twitter.com/AlishaValerie

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  7. Honestly babe take your time, you have no deadlines with blogs and its your own space to talk about what you want, when you want. Don't feel the pressure. Good luck with anything and we will see you soon! Lots of love to you!!! Debra-Bow xxxxxxx

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  8. Take all the time you need. Best of luck with the exams, I'm sure you'll do great

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  9. It's so important to put yourself and your dreams first - good for you!

    www.lovefrommaira.co.uk

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  10. Don't feel bad about failing your exams the first time around (it happens to the best of us) - you'll ace them this time I'm sure. Best of luck lovely x

    www.kirstyburrage.com

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  11. It's ok to focus on your career and GOOD LUCK! You'll ace it, I'm sure! :) Don't worry about taking time out though! Look forward to reading more when you're back! :)

    Tania | teabee x

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  12. Its good to be super motivated - its inspiring! Good luck!

    Emma Louise xx

    positivityinthecity.blogspot.co.uk

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  13. I know exactly what you mean, I always try and put school work first!
    Aleeha xXx
    http://www.halesaaw.com/

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  14. I know you posted this last month but just had to add my two cents...

    I failed three exams at the end of my A Levels and I was absolutely distraught. I had to take a year out and re-do everything, so that I could get into uni. I KNOW this is super cheesy but I do think everything happens for a reason. Failing them made me so much more motivated and now I'm getting much better results on my course. Use the determination to pass to your advantage, but try not to be too hard on yourself.

    Best of luck with your course! XO

    www.savagebeautyblogger.blogspot.com

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