As some of you may have noticed, I have not posted on My Loquacity for the past week. As someone who feels like she should have everything under control all of the time, I have been feeling extremely guilty about this. I love blogging, but as a college student, sometimes life gets in the way. This past week, I had 4 midterms to study for, and I celebrated my 21st birthday. As much as I hated to do it, I gave myself the week off, but promised myself that I was going to create amazing content from there on out.
I am the kind of person who likes to give 100 percent to everything I do. I have always thought of this as a great quality, but when I’m not able to give 100 percent, I tend to beat myself up about it. Thankfully, this coming week, i am on a break from school, and am in the best place for fall inspiration, New England! I have so many great ideas planned for blog posts for the next few weeks, and can’t wait to hear all of your feedback.
On a lighter note, I did mention that I just turned 21, and so far, 21 has been a lot of fun. My friends surprised me by taking me to an amazing dinner at Print Works Bistro in Greensboro, NC. I was surrounded by 15 of my closest friends, amazing food, and a beautiful atmosphere. I then went out to a local bar by my school with a few of my friends, and ended the night off there. I am so thankful to have such amazing friends, and wouldn’t have wanted my birthday any other way.
Also, because I am home this week, my aunt, mom, cousin, and sister, decided to take me out for my birthday; It was a night full of equally as much fun. We started off the night at a Mexican Restaurant, and ended at an Irish Pub down the street from my house. I had an absolute blast, and discovered that my mom truly is a better dancer than I ever will be. I was definitely not blessed in the coordination or rhythm departments, but I certainly am blessed in the fun family department.
Overall, this post is serving as an apology, update, and promise. Keep your eye out for some bomb posts in the near future, and don’t forget to follow @myloquacity on Instagram. As always, thank you for supporting My Loquacity. Your support keeps me motivated and inspired. Leave a comment down below letting me know what kinds of posts you want to see from me in the future.