Why do I blog?

When I first started this blog, I had lot of ideas floating around my mind. I wanted to write about DIY projects, green living, home organization, baking. But here I am writing just with the flow of my pen keyboard.

This blog is happening to be completely different from what I envisioned. I am getting encouragement from completely strangers, and really I feel good about it. It gives you a kick like a caffeine. Even 1 like puts you on Cloud nine, because yes your writing can make one human being interested. Yea that’s exciting.

I am writing more naturally and freely. And yes that’s completely logical, to go with the flow, to behave naturally requires little effort (though some effort to make time and write).

But really this post is for thanking my fellow bloggers, who take time to read my posts, comment on it, follow my blog.

Yes, you are the one who are encouraging me to write more, and write ย well.

I am going to change my About Page as it is totally irrelevant to what this blog is about.

Though I have just written this naturally, but it can be viewed as a post under “Release Me”, as this is something very deep inside. Also this is an invitation to all to be a part of my blog always, and keep encouraging me.

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12 thoughts on “Why do I blog?

  1. Blogging is to write what we feel like,we really can’t define What we should write.. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Even when I started with my blog some 6 months ago..I thought of writing on North-East India Tourism and Social Issues..These topics are still there in my blog but now I also write about what I feel like writing.. ๐Ÿ˜€

    • I just had some self doubts, as it was said, that your blog should have some defined niche. But thanks for the reassurances. The pics of north-east on your blog are great.
      Thanks for the reassurance and great feedback

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