Chasing Pavements

Should I give up?
Or should I just keep chasin’ pavements
Even if it leads nowhere?
Or would it be a waste
Even if I knew my place?
Should I leave it there?
Should I give up?
Or should I just keep chasin’ pavements
Even if it leads nowhere?

It’s been almost a week since my last update. I’ve been quite busy spending time with my bestfriend and decluttering at home.

I missed two posts on Monday Morning Leadership. I missed four days of Writing 101 assignments. And I missed two weeks’ worth of updates from my favourite blogs.

I don’t regret a single moment I spent outside the blogosphere, but I wonder if it’s still worth it to continue blogging.

There is barely anyone who interacts with my posts. And those who do, do so rarely.

I don’t expect to have a huge following base, and I definitely appreciate all the feedback I receive. But sometimes I wonder, is it worth it to continue blogging? Do my posts touch your hearts and help you in any way? Or am I just talking to myself loudly?

Should I give up? Or should I keep chasing pavements even if it leads nowhere?

10 thoughts on “Chasing Pavements

  1. I have also been wondering why bother, I’m behind on the Writing 101, brain dead, can’t find the words…BUT then I remember that this is for me. Maybe you should do it for YOU!

  2. I go on this blog almost everyday. I just never comment because of the info it asks. Maybe that’s a suggestion – allow people to post anonymously. Camille I think you’ve really made a difference. Even if it’s just to one person. Thank you. I know it might hard to maintain a site but even if short lived I hope you know it really helped in my battles

    1. I never thought of it that way… Thanks, Anon.

      And I’m not exactly shutting it down. Just taking a break for a while and seeing if I could create a schedule that will allow me to post more.

      Thank you for your daily visits. Means a lot to me. And I’m glad that I’ve helped you ♥

  3. I agree with Jesebell. Do it for yourself. 😉 Blog/write, not so much for other people, but more for you, whether as a means of self-expression, introspection or catharsis. I don’t know from which site I read it, but unplugging is actually a good way to recharge, and you can go back to blogging more refreshed and inspired. For how long you will be away, that is up to you. But may it bring you comfort, knowing that you have this little niche online that you can come home to anytime. 😉

  4. Please don’t stop posting! I am just discovering this site (i haven’t been able to read much of it yet) but I do really enjoy it! <3

  5. Camille, your blogs are great! You may not know it, but you may have inspired most of your readers. A lot of people have yet to discover this beautiful site.

    As Aggie have said, if you feel like it, unplug. I’m sure you’ll find yourself writing once again in no time. And most of all, quoting Jesebell, “do it for you!”

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