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  1. Loved this post Hannah! I’ve been away from my blog for a little while as well. I could definitely relate to a couple of your points there. Lack of motivation was something I struggled with for ages. I think I’ve managed to move past it now and I’m hoping to start posting more consistently again. I’m thinking about revamping too! I think your new theme is lovely.

    • Thank you so much! It’s really hard to struggle with no motivation isn’t it? I’m glad you’re moving past it now though! Sometimes a little revamp is much needed, your theme is so pretty though! Thank you xx

  2. This was such a nice chatty post to read! I’m glad you’re back to blogging now and that you’ve rediscovered your mojo. I can’t wait to see what’s coming. Also, the £99 Wowcher holiday sounds so interesting, I may have to convince Liam to give that a go with me haha. Have a lovely day!Xx

    • Thank you so much, that means a lot! It’s such a fun idea isn’t it, it’s just the waiting to find out now! I hope you’re able to convince him! Thank you, and you too xx

  3. So glad I’ve read this post because I’m been feeling so ‘meh’ about having little motivation and not knowing what to post anymore! I’ll definitely be following these tips to regain my mojo haha! I love your blog theme, it’s so cute and girly xx

  4. Yay so glad to see a new post from you! I went through a phase of having no motivation a few months ago too, I just wasn’t sure what to talk about and didn’t really know where I fitted within blogging. Luckily now I’m really enjoying it again, sometimes a break can do so much good so I hope it has for you too 🙂 xx

    Tiffany x http://www.foodandotherloves.co.uk

  5. I think it’s so important to not be afraid to branch out a little and follow your heart and intuition. I started as a beauty blogger and when I finally decided to follow my gut and publish more lifestyle and self-growth related content, everything changed for me. It’s so important to share all of our passions and interests, our thoughts, with the world. What better way to do it than through blogging? 🙂 Looking forward to seeing more variety of beautiful content from you! 🙂

    Paula | Thirteen Thoughts

  6. I love chatty posts. I had such a hard time trying to find a decent theme after the Pipdig fiasco too. I’m still not entirely happy with the layout but at least it’s up and running again.

  7. I think sometimes you need to take a break from things, even if you love them. I’m glad you had a wonderful time away with your boyfriend though!

    Emily | Snippets of Em xx

  8. It’s soo ok to have a break, we are all just sat here waiting for your return! Everyone goes through those phases of having no motivation, trust me having pre-written posts has saved me! Loving the new theme as well, looks gorgeous. Also, I’ve heard about those £99 holidays, do let us know which you end up getting!
    Charlotte / Charlotte’s Picks

    • That’s true, sometimes a break can be much needed. Thank you! Pre written posts are such a lifesaver haha! Thank you! They seem so interesting and I’ll be sure to share xx

  9. I’m glad you are slowly finding your way back to blogging! Lack of knowing what to post and branching out are two things I struggled with a bit this year. The great thing about blogging is it’s always there and sometimes taking time off is the best choice. And I really enjoy reading these chatty posts!

    x Kara | http://karascloset.net

  10. Social media breaks are necessary for the creative process and our mindsets, so I wouldn’t feel too bad about it. It can be so hard to come up with new ideas!

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