How Blogging has Made Me a Better Person

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Creative outlet

I haven’t held onto any kind of hobby for this long. Sometimes it doesn’t even feel real, that I get to just sit on the computer and put my thoughts and feelings down for others to read and enjoy. I cannot believe it’s truly been the best 6 years of my life! Aside from being married all that time as well, I’ve never been so proud for sticking with something before. I love to write,  I always have.

Improved my writing

My writing has definitely improved over these past six years. I’m still always learning and growing as far as typing and grammar go but, it’s been a journey. I have started to work on making my titles better and including everything in each post that I need to so it can be successful. Aesthetically though I have worked hard in creating a post theme and layout that works.

Built lifelong friendships

I’ve made and created some of the best friendships that will last a lifetime. I’ve bonded and shared with these new women in my life who are similar to me and busy following their dreams. Collaborating with like minded people makes you more creative and think harder than you do on a daily basis.

Sense of confidence and self-development

Blogging has done one MAJOR thing in my life and that’s helped me cut out negative people who always took me for granted/munipulated me. I learned to trust others around me and everything my gut tells me. When I have the slightest intuition it’s usually right. I’m much more confident in myself than I was when I began. In addition, blogging makes me want to be a better person in my self development-become a more well rounded person. And so far,  it’s working!

Living memory book

I love coming up with posts and personal stories to share with friends and family. Because I’ve been blogging here for so long and gone through so many changes and titles, it is literally a living memory book. My favorite thing is to go back, update and relive all the good, bad and the ugly times. It’s a comfort that I have every detail recorded somewhere.

Time-Management

This has been a difficult one because I’m not the best at scheduling things in my everyday life. I’m continually working on making a daily schedule and an editorial calendar so I can stay on track for my blog deadlines. Having everything happen on time is something I can really take pride in.

 

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2 thoughts on “How Blogging has Made Me a Better Person”

  1. I never would have though blogging would change me so much. But what I love the most, like you said, is I can literally in a few clocks go back months and years into my life and see what I was up to! Also my family loves it so they can keep track of me haha

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