Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Who's terrible at blogging?

ME! ME! pick me!
I have been completely neglecting my blog as of late, I feel like I have no energy to do anything other than cook dinner when I get home and tidy up a little before I go to bed. I have 4 days left of practicum (which sorts out to 2 weeks, because I only do Monday and Tuesdays) and I am very VERY relieved that it is coming to an end, but at the same time I will miss (some) of the kids and the teachers that have taught me so much over the past 4 months. I have one more course to finish and I will be a certified Early Childhood Educator (yay!) By the end of March I have to read 1500 pages, and by the end of April I have to have written a 20 page paper. Just one more push through and I can finally be done.

I have made the transition from extrovert to introvert lately, and find myself being quite the homebody. I never used to be like this, I always went out with friends, hung out with people etc, but lately I'm finding myself dreading going somewhere where I'll have to talk to anyone, and nights spend reading and busying myself at home have become my favorite ones. I've even started to play with poetry. Something I have never even thought about doing before. I am not sure if this is a healthy change, I mean... I still see friends sometimes and I have a great and healthy relationship with my husband. Is it wrong to like to stay home and be quiet? Is it normal to go through phases where you're an extrovert (like I was in high school) then change to an introvert?

I am trying some exciting recipes this week and I am looking forward to posting them!
Falafel tutorial on Saturday!


AmanDan said...

So good to hear from you! I think we all go through phases in our lives where we are more outgoing and more of a homebody. I wouldn't worry about it, unless the homebodyness is coupled with depression. You're probably just tired! Hope to see you soon!

CyndyB said...

I think I'm even worse at blogging. I have had no inspirations and even if I think I might, I don't think anyone would want to read it. But now I guess I should try because you did and I enjoy reading your stuff...
Yes it is normal to switch to introvert; at least I've done it.

S.Williams said...

Im so excited to see some new posts up! Yayaya! I don't think there is anything wrong with being a home body. I think what you should asess is why you are staying home. Are you staying home, and more fatigued because you LEGIT NEED A BREAK....or are you starting toslump into a depression? If its just a break, let yourself break, enjoy time home a lone with your hubbie, doing those amazing wifey things you do!!!:)