I’ve come to the point where I’ve started to evaluate Stuck on the Kitchen Floor and my goals for this blog. When I first started, I just wanted to share my experiences, reach out to other people going through similar situations, giving inspiration and positivity, and provide a place for people to feel comfortable discussing their struggles with depression and finding their place in life. But over time I’ve started sharing more about my travel as well as my latest experiences. 

It’s definitely not easy having a blog, especially when it comes to gaining exposure and creating content. My schedule is chaotic, and just going to become more chaotic as time goes on. I’ve started to schedule my posts about two weeks in advance so that way if I’m too busy one week, I don’t have to worry about not having any posts up. My current schedule has me posting on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays but I’m starting to wonder if that works for my readers (all 29 of you!). I’ve been thinking about changing my posts from Friday to Saturday, just because I know how busy it is throughout the week and it’ll also allow me more time to create better material. 

I just want my blog to be a place where I can share how I feeling, what I’d like to do with my life, and how I’m finding myself through my travels and experiences. I love that I have amazing family and friends that read my blog each week, and it truly blows my mind when someone tells me they actually read my posts. (Not to mention, I get INCREDIBLY shy about it!)

If you have any suggestions of what you’d like to see more of, less of, when you’d like me to post, let me know! I’m always up for suggestions and constructive criticism. 

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