Hey there cottage lovers!
Don’t mind me.
Just having a HUGE argument with Mr LCBL over the fact that I had the audacity to ask him if he could please close the back door because it is absolutely freezing outside as he was standing right next to it AND he just had to lean over a smidge to pull it shut. Apparently I am a lazy lump because I didn’t get up to do it myself instead of asking his highness because I was sitting at the table writing this post – go figure! I wonder whose side Jerry Seinfeld would be on in this one.
Now let’s talk about me. My life is more interesting, right? Well I‘m not so sure anymore.
I lost my mojo!
I’ve looked everywhere for it, scouring my usual haunts on the internet for inspiration to see if it would return on its own – no go!
I have tried waiting it out, ignoring it, distracting myself in case it was hiding and needed time alone – no luck!
I have tried watching mindless television to empty my brain and make room for it – still no sign!
So after a week I start to get worried and figure I will never see it again. What will I do? I am new at this blogging gig and it is quite possibly the worst time for my mojo to take a leave of absence or to run away forever.
So I asked myself what would other fabulous sister bloggers do in this situation. But I didn’t have an answer, so I asked Google because it ALWAYS has the answer.
And what I learned from my blogging sisters is that my mojo hadn’t run away, I had!
My mojo was blocked because I was putting so much pressure on myself to be great, to be better, to be witty and funny and cute and beautiful and clever and the list goes on. I do it to myself ALL the time. I really just needed to…
Keep It Simple Stupid!
Keep Calm and Blog!
I realised that the point isn’t to look for my mojo, because it is alive and well. It’s always there. The point is to trust myself and my mojo will be allowed to flourish.
Then I had a Homer Simpson moment – Doh!
Have you recently felt like your mojo left when you needed it most?