Why I Blog

Ever feel like you have something to say, but you don’t quite know what it is? That’s me, every time I start a blog post. When I start writing, i’m never quite sure of where my thoughts will take me. But, the second my fingers press on my keyboard it’s as if a serge of word make their way through my finger tips and within minutes a blank white screen is filled with my deepest emotions. 
Through the grapevine, I’ve heard that some people have expressed concerns regarding the honesty of my posts, and questioned why I choose to be open with my deepest thoughts. The answer is simple. It’s because I choose to. The great thing about having a blog is that I can write about my flaws, my fears and my ambitions. I can dissect my weaknesses and reflect on where my thought process is hindering my ability to grow. And most importantly, I can connect with my readers on a human level.

We are all flawed, and in our own way, we face the same obstacles in life. However, these obstacles often impact people differently. Some people grow and are strengthened by them, while others feel defeated. This blog helps me work through my feelings, and hopefully helps others face and grow from their life experiences as well. 

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3 thoughts on “Why I Blog

  1. I love your blogs. You have complete honesty which is the greatest thing. You are unfiltered and speak the truth. Blogging is the greatest therapy I have. Blank slate for all your thoughts. Reading them with an open mind is important, and if they don’t like it, well, shut it down. You can’t please everyone…so I’ve learned! Keep on bloggin’ 🙂

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