As the year comes to an end, you can’t help but to look back on what the year has brought and taken. A meaningful reflections of the great year 2021 helps us gain a glimpse what has happened in the past year.
Blogging Life Reflections
My blogging life has improved tremendously in the past year. You can check out my post Lessons Learned in My first year of blogging. Here I share how my first year of blogging went as well. I’ve earned so much about this blogging culture not only through other bloggers, but from my own developments as well. It’s become a huge part of my life and have slowly made some money through blogging. (Hoping to continue to do so in the new year)
Covid has caused a lot of distance within family since we couldn’t gather as much as we normally would, but we made the most of what we could. We were very cautious of one another’s safety and made sure to be keep our social distances when needed.
Personal Life Reflections
My personal life hasn’t changed much because covid put so much restrictions on what I want to do. I’ve been so homebody and just being cautious that I’ve neglected so much of my personal life. Social distancing from friends and just overly cautious of the possibilities of getting covid or spreading covid has kept me out of the loop in so many ways. I’m hoping to find some ease in this department as the new year approaches.
Growth & Development Reflections
Through this blogging/influencer life, I’ve seen so much growth and development in myself. I’ve come out of my comfort zone and have created so many contents on social media pages, especially on instagram and tik tok. I’m learning more of the ins and outs and yeses and no’s of blogging and how to make improvements as I go.
One big lessons I learned is that you can’t do things alone. Blogging life can get lonely at times because nor your friends or family will understand all that has to come with it. Only those that are in the field will have a full understating of everything that you go through. Finding people that connect with you and work through it with you is very important. I’ve had some great connections and not so great ones this year, and I’m blessed to have my small group.