After my blog was completely deleted earlier this year, I never got back on track. Someone took 4 years of my life away from me, hours of careful image researching and editing, days of writing and loads and loads of memories with just a click on the server panel.
I think that it just crushed me and it was bad. Then I stopped freelancing and started working really long hours. I worked at a very beautiful place but I couldn’t stop to take pictures or appreciate that place because work was really demanding. Then I got another job, a better one and don’t feel the need to talk about it.
I still go to really cool events, but I really don’t want to carry my camera anywhere and document. I’d rather just enjoy the moment than try to document it and my blog was only read by people who know all about me and have me on Facebook as a friend.
The blogging scene has changed so much, I tried being a fashion blogger, a beauty blogger but I really was a personal blogger and let’s face it. I never had that many followers and my blog wasn’t the best blog out there. I’m tired of reading the same posts about traffic, monetizing and hearing the same things over and over again.
I’m tired of how dramatic the blogsphere can become and I’m lucky that I was never involved in any dramas.
I prefer to help others make their blogs pretty, the one who lends a hand on coding the most visited blogs and websites. I’d rather be behind the scenes than to be on the spotlight.
I might go back to writing again, but for the meantime, I’m going to do it somewhere private. Somewhere just for me.
To those who read me, thank you. To those who didn’t read me, thank you as well. I look forward to seeing how your websites grow and develop. If you ever need me, you can find me at my portfolio http://julietacampos.com.
Thank you for everything.