It’s been ages since I’ve posted something on my blog. If it wasn’t for my instagram posts, this blog could’ve ended up insanely lifeless. Apparently, I’ve gotten guts now to update this dull blog. I mass deleted truckloads of posts which I kind of regretted since it’s all fangirl stuff but I’ve fully decided to make this blog a personal one so all unneccesarry posts have been permanently deleted. So while doing the mass deleting thing, I’ve noticed I’ve been a pretty active blogger before and the blogging feels kind of haunt me. I really hope I could manage to maintain this blog now but I do expect there would be times I’ll be such a lazy ass to update.
So much for that, I wanted to tell everyone how happy I currently am. I’ve done something that I, myself, didn’t even expect I could do it since it’s a pretty hard thing to accomplish. I decided to finally quit one of my passion, which is KPOP. A few of my in real life friends knew the fact that I’m utterly obsessed over kpop groups for a long time already so maybe they would be completely surprised if I tell them what I did just recently. I have reasons why I did this of course. I just woke up, that was 2 weeks ago, that I was no longer happy with my said passion. The immense amount of thoughts and realizations in my mind that time were no joke . Should i continue this path of fangirling? Does this passion genuinely make me happy? And moreover does this have perks? All those massive questions have surrounded my head for roughly a day. It’s frustrating at first since several thoughts were battling in my mind that time. But as I went along and deciphered each and every thought, I’ve came up with a decision and that is, to leave the crazy world of KPOP.
Quitting kpop can be refreshing and liberating in a way I must say. I’ve finally adjusted to my non-kpop life lately and I’m genuinely happy with it. Not that I’m saying I wasn’t happy before when I entered the KPOP Fandom. It’s indeed fun and enjoyable since I’ve met a lot of amazing people in the fandom. But I realized my life would be way better without it. I can now focus on my studies, buy things I really want, bond with my family more or simply saying, living the life of a normal teenage girl. I’m pretty contented with my decision and I do think it’s the beginning of a better life for me.
PS: Well, I sincerely hope I won’t regret this decision of mine.
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