It’s been almost three years since I first purchased the domain chroniclesofayoungmother.com I could’ve taken all sorts of different approaches with this blog. I could’ve made it even bigger and generated more income if I really wanted too, but I didn’t have the desire to become like all the other mom blogs. My purpose was just to share my story, educate, and hopefully along the way provide hope for other young moms.
I have too much going on now right now that I know I can’t keep up with this website. Neveah started kindergarten, FOREVER trying to potty train Nolan, I’m working now (promo modeling) as well as finishing my studies (another seemingly forever thing I’m working on). I don’t have the desire to go into depth with my personal life anymore. I didn’t realize how vulnerable and public you make yourself when you start a public blog.
I seem to be one of the only few “young mom blogs” out there, so I won’t be taking my site down. I’ll leave everything as is. It’ll be like an online e-book. 🙂 I’ll occasionally write when I feel I have something worthy to share or something I feel can help other young mothers.
You ever wonder what happens to bloggers who stop blogging out of nowhere!? I know I do. It’s like all of sudden we’re at the dinner table having an awesome conversation and then they vanish into thin air. POOF, and you’re left there wondering where they went…wondering if they’re okay. For whatever reason this seems to happen a lot in the blogosphere world. I wouldn’t feel right just vanishing without saying a proper farewell.
I genuinely appreciate all of you who took the time to read, comment, and follow!!! Thank you!
To all the young mom’s out there:
You are not alone in your journey you have a little one(s) who is right there along with you. Keep on pushing forward through life. If not for you do it for your child. Never let anyone make you feel like you’re less than a qualified parent because of your age. Bad parents come in all ages. Never stop believing, fighting, and speaking up for what you believe in. It’s great to be independent, but it’s also okay to ask for help when you truly need it. NEVER depend on anyone else financing but yourself. I unfortunately learned this the hard way. Always remember to take care of yourself emotionally, physically, spiritually, and mentally. You’ll have days where you’ll feel burnt out and you want to give up, but just take a deep breath and relax. Afterall tomorrow is another day. Love yourself, know your worth, and then add tax.
Hey Beautiful! Thank you for reading!