Guess who’s back? Izzy’s back, tell a friend.
Yes, the rumours are true, I am still alive and well and I have returned to my rightful throne as the Queen of my own website (although would be worrying if I had any competition).
So you may or may not have noticed that I may have accidentally taken an unplanned hiatus this Summer. A combination of various life shiz and full time work kind of prevented my blog from being a thing. For the past 3 months or so I have been working as an assistant stage manager for FriendsFest 2017. Working long days and being on tour around the country left me with very little time to sleep, let alone do anything else. And content by a sleep deprived Izzy would be extremely dire, and I wouldn’t want anybody to bear witness to that.
What neglecting the blog a bit this Summer has taught me, is that I actually really enjoy this whole blogging business. I love having my little outlet online and I have really missed writing. I would really like to find a way to fit this into my routine properly so that I am regularly posting rather than going through phases of blogging one month and then posting nothing for the next two months.
Even though I haven’t been posting, I have still tried to make time to catch up on reading people’s blogs as and when I can to take some inspiration for when I started up again. I have been reading a lot of Chloe Plumstead, Vix Meldrew, Lady Hunter, amongst others and I have definitely decided I want to go down more of a ‘think piece’ route for my future posts as I really enjoy reading them. I have generally become a little obsessed and an all round stalker of Chloe Plumstead as of late, as all her posts have been fabulous and I am in love with all her blog photos.
September 2017 (hopefully) marks the month that I start to become a lot more regular and organised with my blog posts. I am hoping to start to piece together some kind of schedule where I set dates to post blog posts I’ve written ahead of time – as opposed to my usual blasting out a post and uploading as soon as I’ve written it (probs will revert to bad habits soon enough).
I promise to try my best not to go AWOL again, I know you will have been lost without me.