You may have noticed that I have been unusually quiet as of late.
I could list numerous excuses for not publishing updates over the past few weeks, but I will not.
In truth, blogging has started to feel like a chore as of late, rather than something that I truly enjoy. I have been losing steam steadily over the past few months; supportive emails from fellow yogis and mindfulness practitioners have continued to provide me with the boost I felt I needed to keep going. When I started this blog, it became an outlet for my musings on mindfulness as a lifestyle. I am grateful for having been able to share my stories of intentional living with you. Many of you, over the past three years, have left meaningful comments for me and sent emails that have inspired and challenged me. It has been a pleasure to discover that a sense of community can be found on the internet.
At the start of the new year, I took a step back to consider my goals and prospects for 2018. I have frequently written here about my intention to create simplicity and space amid an otherwise whirlwind pace of life. At this time, there are several new creative projects that demand my focus. For those reasons, I have made a decision to retire Mindful Daydreamer.
I want to thank you all for taking the time to read my words and helping me to create a warm corner in this vast and often intimidating online world.
My warmest wishes to you, and Namaste. Perhaps our paths will cross again in the future.
Katia (Mindful Daydreamer)