When I was thirteen, I started blogging. It was just a hobby back then like a diary about how my day went out. It wasn’t consistent. If my system wanted to share something, then I’ll blog.
But three years after, I’m now sixteen, blogging became part of my life. I post blog, because I wanted to share my thoughts, I wanted to inspire others, I wanted to share the good words, I wanted to meet new friends and of course, I wanted to learn from others.
Before I wasn’t consistent with my blog account, I create new account, try other blog site, then write. I’ll be active perhaps for a month, then after, create another blog. That’s my daily routine before as a blogger.
But gladly, I have come to right path, thanks wordpress, thanks Mr. Ray Barbier, Thanks onelifetime.
Right now, I guess, the only answer is DO IT FROM YOUR HEART. Once you love what you’re doing, good things will follow. I’m blissful that blogging makes me happy. Seeing others appreciate my post makes me happy.
In everything you do, Just always remember TAKE IT FROM YOUR HEART.
“We should all start to live before we get too old. Fear is stupid. So are Regrets” — Marilyn Monroe
God bless everyone 🙂
5 thoughts on “Take it from the heart!”
When I was 16 there were no computers , so no blogging. Now half a century later, I started blogging 2 month ago and I feel exactly like you. I enjoy it so much and I try to make others happy with my blog . It makes me very happy when people around the world enjoy reading my blog and it makes them smile. Then my goal is accomplished!
Agree, So I’m lucky even at my young age, I have the chance to share my words through blogging. yes, making others happy, makes me happy 🙂
I too have created many different blogs; I think it is part of the creative process–playing with styles, formats, fonts, colors. Eventually the play comes in the choice of words and topics, and a writer emerges–like you.
The internet has opened the door for visionaries, writers and inpiration alike. Another Great Post Amae.. Keep up the Good Work!!!
thank you sir! 🙂