I know, it's been a while.
I almost forgot my login details. I forgot that I haven't updated my display picture to my latest short hair cut (yeah-short). I'm sorry that this little space on the internet has been dormant. I'm sorry I have been failing to get in touch with this little blog or even share your contents on twitter.
But it's not you. It's me.
The balance between work, education and social life is a hard one. An unequal one, where I haven't yet found a space for you. Strange, as I'm studying to be a writer, a journalist, and yet I'm struggling to write. I'm a writer who hasn't been writing. The mistake is wholly mine. I find myself caught up in late night drinking, last night lusting and early morning regrets. You're young, I attempt to justify myself as I miss another lecture or having to face a class with the stamp from the club on my wrist like it's Voldemort's dark mark. But this is at a cost. A cost of my other passion. The passion that actually keeps me going and doesn't leave in the morning. My writing. My yearn for success. And I'm ready to change.
I'm ready to focus on the course work and my development as a writer. And this is when I turn to you, little blog.
For the past three years, you have been there. You've held my thoughts, fashion and sponsored words, never leaving my mind. For that reason, I'm not ready to quit. It is time to change.
I'm pin-pointing my focus onto the words, my thoughts on society and the world we live in. Even before Little Kaatie's Little Thoughts was put into the world wide web, I wanted to make a change, make people think. Therefore, my content will be shifting to these thoughts. My fashion posts will be few, sponsored posts will be fewer and my content, with hope, will be stronger.
It may take a while to get this where I want it, but all good things are worth the wait. I might write absolute awful posts that readers will quickly press the x to, but I may write something that might get someone to stay longer than 3 lines down. Who knows.
All I know is, dear blog, I'm here with my thoughts and I know you will wait for them. Together, this change will make us grow-metaphorically speaking of course.