I’m back!

After a long time away, I'm back to continue blogging about Brazil, Curitiba and bilingual families

Last July, I decided to take a break for a few weeks from blogging while I got some work done and caught up on my real life instead of my virtual one.  I managed to get some work done, but then more and more came in and real life really is fun.  This meant that a few weeks turned into a few months which became 9 whole months.

In all that time I was still thinking about blog posts I could write, but never actually sitting down and writing them.  I kep putting off my comeback post until recently I realised that I would either just have to write something or give up on the whole idea completely.  I enjoyed my time blogging so much I decided that I would just have to make the time to get back into it.  And so here I am.

I’m aiming to write something roughly once a week, but we’ll see how that goes.  I’m going to continue writing about bringing up a bilingual son, life in Curitiba and generally about Brazil.  I have this idea in the back of my head to re-design the whole blog, but we’ll see how that goes.

Anyway, for now, it’s just good to be writing again.  I hope to keep it up for a while and stop just thinking about it.



4 thoughts on “I’m back!

  1. Welcome back! I’ve also had a bit of a break from blogging in the last year or so. I didn’t blog at all from about March or April of last year until about a month and a half ago. It’s good to get back into it again, and I’m looking forward to writing a few new posts. Like you, I had lots of ideas for posts during the time when I wasn’t blogging but just didn’t ever get round to writing them.

    • Good to hear you are finding your way back. It is surprising how much time you can spend doing this, especially if you tie it in with social media and stuff. I am going to maake sure that doesn’t happen this time around.

  2. I actually visited your blog a few weeks ago and figured it was abandoned for good. I’m glad you’re back — I never really commented before but I always enjoy reading about your experience living in Curitiba, what it’s like to raise your bilingual son, and all the insights you have to offer.


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