Blogging helped me find my calling.
Why is this? Because blogging taught me how to practice, how to edit, and how to write for a deadline. What more does a writer need to know? So I prefer do blog even if I am not writer. I would have still started blogging sooner.
Here’s why I would still do it and why I think anyone can and should start a blog :
Blogging teaches you discipline. Having to sit down once a day or once week or at whatever frequency you do it and write is an important skill. It forces you to learn the difficult lesson that some of the best things in life happen as a result of delayed gratification.
Blogging teaches you introspection. I share this article because I see how blogging helped me understand myself and my place in the world. One thing to purse me to blog is that I’m having difficulties in life, always encountered racial discrimination because i belong to the indigenous community and i have “no work”. Work is important to me, so i’ll try this Homebased Networking even I encountered difficulties too. And then I read some pages regarding blogs and so I’ll try to do it myself to too. Until I found it that blogging helps me a lot. Why? because blogging gives you a voice. We all have something to say, even if we don’t think of ourselves as writers or speakers. A blog gives you a place, free from censorship and criticism, to say what’s on your heart and find other people who connect with what you believe.
It’s a wonderful age that we live in, this era when we can publish ourselves and share our best thoughts with the world when we can step onstage on the net event and reach a million people or post a video on Youtube that gets shared on another continent or write a blog post that touches just one other soul.
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