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CHANGE: Time to Move On

Hey guys!

It’s been a while since I’ve posted and I have to admit something: I did not miss the blog.

I started this blog almost a year ago and I thought that this was exactly what I wanted to do. I felt I had the time and the mindset, I was right but I was also wrong.

I don’t love blogging like I thought. I thought because I love to write, this was a perfect match but no. I’ve lost total interest and I realize that my heart isn’t in it. If I’ve learned anything in the last two years, it was to not do anything your heart isn’t in.

I’ve been going back & forth with myself with this issue for about 3 months now. It’s a new year and I don’t want to spend any time doing anything that I don’t love. I need to improve myself and focus.

I should’ve started blogging five years ago or maybe I should start blogging again five years from now..but right now is not the time. I love to write, I love words and painting a beautiful picture with them. However, I’ve realized that with this blog, I’ve been writing what I think people want to read instead of what I want to write.

Some of its been good, some uninteresting and a couple of posts were great. But it’s time to move on. I’m not giving up or being down on myself, I’m simply moving forward to figure out what I truly love, harness my talents, continue to build a beautiful life and moving forward from there.

Thank you all for being a part of my blogging experience & thank you for reading! I’ll always appreciate the love and devotion.

Don’t be ashamed of your sins because they provide life lessons!

Good Luck & Goodbye…for now. Who knows, Maybe I’ll be back to blogging someday.

Stay focused, stay fly & build a beautiful life.

 

Signed,

SINNER IN THE CITY<3

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LoveTalk: Marriage & the Ugly Truth

Let me start by saying this, I love, adore, like, and every other synonym for love-my husband. He’s an amazing person; sweet, kind but still has this phenomenal ability to not give two shits about what the world thinks of him..I love it.

Marriage on the other hand, it’s hard. Getting married is the easy part. When people constantly ask themselves if they’re ready for marriage, this is my thought: You’ve never really ready.

You can be financially sound, physically fit and completely sane but I just don’t believe anyone is actually ready. We knew each other for a long time so it didn’t feel unnatural to get married but if we would’ve waited another 3 years or so, there would have been no complaints from me. Why? Because people get too comfortable and it sucks. This can happen in any relationship, married or not, but its happened in mine. We both have become too comfortable and I hate it. He doesn’t cook for me anymore & I love his cooking. I gained unnecessary weight. We don’t do the thoughtful little things we used to do.

The biggest challenge has not been admitting it to one another; our biggest challenge has been changing it. For the past 3 months, there’s been a lot of talking but no actions taking place. As I’m writing this post, I’m asking myself if I should delete this post and never let the world see it. But my gut is telling me to go for it because then I’m accountable for making moves to change as an individual and as a wife. By the way, I hate the word wife, it annoys me.