A little about my blogging journey so far and blogging plans for the future!
“Not I, nor anyone else can travel that road for you.
You must travel it by yourself.”~ Walt Whitman
Starting at the beginning
When I started blogging I had no clue what it takes to create a blog and no idea what one could receive out of a blog. Creating this blog was a ‘spur of the moment’ thing without any prior thinking through. Today I thank God that I didn’t think before I started to blog. Because if I had thought about it, I would never sum up the courage to share my thoughts through the blog and I would have missed out on one of the best adventures of my life.
What is yet to come
Some of you might be wondering what happened to me, why have I become irregular or what my plans are for this blog. I have been wondering the same for some time. I have also been sick for a short while which gave me ample time to think and overthink. After much thinking and a lot of procrastinating I have decided to take this blog to the next level. I am going to shift to a paid plan. With still a bit of hesitation and a lot of doubts (to overcome) I am going to invest a little bit of money and a lot of time blogging this year. I want to take a chance and listen to my heart this once. I am going to bring a lot of interesting and hopefully helpful content in the coming days. I truly hope to get the same love and support that I have been getting so far.
Blogging is a creative way to express thoughts and opinions, to share those thoughts, to connect with like minded people and to find support in a community that transcends borders. I feel exceptionally lucky to be part of such a wonderful community. I hope I can and I really want to be responsible, sensible and compassionate in creating blog posts that adds value and meaning to life. I can try, I might fail but still I can try.
‘To try’ is my where to next!
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