Oh wait – it’s possible to disconnect from the web whenever you want to?
You might wonder where I’ve been in the last week. Honestly, I shouldn’t have to give a reason to why I’m not blogging but I do feel like I have to. Maybe not for you all but for myself – if that makes sense. Sometimes I’m scared when I stop writing because it’s so frightening to open a stat page knowing that the results are going to be inexistent. But I guess that’s what happens when you move in a new place and 1) don’t have any time to actually sit down to write because you’re too stressed over packing and 2) no internet/or even inspiration to write about anything.
Actually that’s a lie for the inspiration – I have ton of it. I’m thinking of articles ideas constantly. For example, I just moved to a new place, so I want to document everything about it and introduce you all to my beautiful Port Credit. She’s magnificent – actually so beautiful and wonderful. I’m so in love with my little town and I’m so looking forward to show you all of it – as I will be getting to know it as well.
My point for this blog post though is that I’ve been able to grasp these emotions of connections towards Port Credit in the last few days simply because I was connected to the internet at all. I was just going through the city, walking by the lake enjoying the sunset and the beautiful nature surrounding me. I mean, I even got to paint by the water – I mean, who does that anymore?! Well, apparently I do now.
So yeah, living without internet is such a sweet feeling – but I definitely did miss the little things such as sending dumb Snapchats and messaging my friends from around the world via WhatsApp.
I also missed posting my blog posts – and you could say that if I wanted to post so much I could just go to Starbucks and do so – which is true but not when you are so tired everyday and stressed. Sometimes you gotta understand that working on your household is as important as working for your passion because the household is what you’re aiming for as well – no? Does it makes sense?
Alright, I’m not sure anymore what I’m writing about. My point is though, sometimes disconnecting yourself from the web is a beautiful opportunity to connect with yourself 100%.