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  1. JustSoElina says

    Absolutely loved this post! ❤️ I’ve noticed recently I’d lost a bit of the spark I used to have for blogging and couldn’t figure out why. I realised I because of how sick I’ve been I’ve stopped doing all the things I loved most about blogging, like reading other peoples posts and supporting others bloggers through their blog and social media. Blogging is definitely so much more than writing a post it’s a whole community and one I definitely miss being a active part in.
    Thank you Chia, this post has helped me in more ways than one ❤️❤️

    • Chia Samson says

      Aw, thank you so much Elina! Hearing this means a lot to me. Take as much time as you need to be able to find that spark again! I’m glad you find this post helpful in some way, hope you’re having a great day 💛

  2. Laura Jane says

    My biggest blog pet-peeve is people who just like loads of posts consectutively without actually reading anything. Or comments that just say “great post”. Although I love your photos, I agree with you and think blogging takes us so much time and is so much more than photos because you have to plan ideas, content, editing and then there’s promoting. I’m surprised your blog is only 9 months old because it looks so professional and well thought out. It took me forever to get my blogging style together.

    Laura | https://thestyleoflaurajane.com/

    • Chia Samson says

      I know right!! That counts as one of my pet peeves as well! Thank you so much for the kind words, Laura 💛 It actually took me quite a LOT LOT LOT of changes within those 9 months before I finally figured out the kind of visual style that perfectly suited what I had in mind!

      Anyway, hope you’re having a great day and see you around! ✨

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