Hello Game Changer!

The month of risks continues! Starting my own happiness project was a huge risk. I'm awful with resolutions. I have a hard time keeping momentum if I get bored of something. I was afraid to blog about my blog happiness because what if I didn't follow through? I recently started receiving emails asking me how I started blogging. That alone makes me take a step back to remember that it was only a few months ago where I was emailing other bloggers asking them the very same questions! Something snapped at about month 6 of straight blogging for me. I got into the rhythm, and I liked it. I still didn't have everything sorted out but I knew blogging was becoming a passion. It didn't happen overnight. I remember thinking - am I going to keep this as an on-and-off hobby or really try this thing out. What if I fail?

I specifically put together a happiness project with a huge emphasis on my blog. I was intentional about narrowing in because I knew it would help me stick with it. Five months later here I am. I'm loving the things I learned and I'm excited about the months ahead. Which brings me to today..

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[DIY paint-chip confetti in bedsidesign colors by yours truly!]

One thing that I realized a few weeks ago is bedsidesign is busy. Really busy. Some weeks have seen 7 days straight of blog posts. I feel like that may be a bit much for this here blog. And so, I'm trying to adjust things. Along with these tweaks I will be switching up the my future happiness project goals to tailor it to where I am at, and where I want to be. I'll announce those new goals next week.

I think the most important thing I learned this month is that it's okay to take a risk on yourself. I'm going to try to tailor this blog back to being more Christie Jones - which initially sounds a bit odd. But - as much as I LOVE collaborating and promoting others I think bedsidesign has a lot to offer. I'm trying to tap into the dreams that made me start blogging in the first place.

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Do you have moments where you realize you need to switch things up? How do you decide the who/what/where/when/how?