The Blogger In Me

Recently, I decided to make blogging one of my priorities everyday and I chose to set a goal to write each and everyday. I know that it is a challenging task to come up with different subjects and food recipes of mine, but I am up for the challenge. Most of my writings are all about positivity, changing the world and things we can do to make our days go by happier and better. I mean them all from the bottom of my heart. I think that if each and everyone of us spend some time and reflect on our lives and simply do things step by step to make our lives more happier, we can see a world of a difference.

For me, I love blogging and it makes me happy to see that I am making a difference in the world and touching so many peoples lives and changing them for the better. It is my priority in life to see others happy and doing well and being positive all in the while. Writing makes me a stronger person and this wonderful world of blogging is an incredible tool and we can all learn from each other on variety of subjects throughout the world. I love reading online about different things, different subjects and I remember a lot about my life and my experiences I have been through since I was a child. There is just so much that I want to share and so much that I want to spread around the world.

I strive to make deadlines for myself to post everyday, and I do not want to skip a day. If I skip a day, I don’t feel good the day after as I value and put my readers needs first. Without my readers, supporters and people whom have given me incredible awards, I wouldn’t be where I am today and without the energy given to me by these wonderful comments by my readers which are so important to me and you all have a place in my heart. Even if I do not know you. I have to write and write and write. My fingers just start typing and doesn’t want to stop sometimes. I sometimes get pains in my fingers from typing so much and I take breaks in between from the e-mails I get, to answering facebook inbox messages, and so on and so forth. The Internet, Blogging, Social networks simply take my mind off of many things and writing and spending time on the internet is very therapeutic for me. The Internet is not all that bad as so many think it is. It is just the way that you use it.

Writing is such a wonderful thing, and our blogging world, social networking and communication has changed so much that things circulate instantly and the internet is a huge encyclopedia and whatever we want to know or whoever we want to know about is just a couple of clicks away. Its incredible isn’t it? There are some people I live Vicariously through and there are so many inspiring people out there and all of you have an incredible gift to put words together and that is very difficult, but then again we all have talents and special gifts in life and we should never take them for granted. Now I call myself the blogger in me, because I have a closeness with words, stories that have happened in my life, so many things that are a perfect example on why I call myself that. We all have a title in this world, We just have to discover them. You will see how incredible the turnout will be.

So do not give up, and do what makes you happy and find something and never stop working at it.

41 thoughts on “The Blogger In Me

  1. xxxxxxxx says:

    I ENJOY READING YOUR BLOGS TALIN, WORD BY WORD, ONE GETS NEVER TIRED OF READING THEM, YOUR STORIES ARE FULL OF ENERGY….IN ONE WORD YOU ARE INCREDIBLE! DON’T STOP WRITING AND I DO HOPE ONE DAY YOU MAKE THE DIFFERENCE…I TRULY BELIEVE THAT YOU WILL πŸ™‚

    • M@! says:

      I think the best goal with blogging should not be that you give deadlines to make yourself post something every day -> that would create rushed work…so, instead, concentrate on creating blog posts that you know you have put the effort in and enjoyed the works that you have created. Afterall, when one creates a master-piece, it does not matter that they’ve blogged daily or that they’ve placed deadlines they feel they can ‘just barely meet’. Take the route that challenges you, makes you happy about what you’ve done for others, shows your efforts, and enables us to feel and gain from your experiences and efforts –aka–> fantastically written, challenging to you, informative, enlightening, and informative to all! Excellent creation today Talin, I am quite impressed! – Hope my input helps ya

  2. Gretchen says:

    I love the encouragement. I strive to post at least once a week. My goal is to post multiple times a week. Since I share a computer it depends on whether someone else is using it… Thanks for the shot in the arm.

  3. Ariko (&) Sofia says:

    Talin, thank You very much for this post,
    It’s encouraing me (also many other Bloggers) to keep Blogging as a positive and creative daily activity πŸ™‚

    Like many of my Blogger friends … I enjoy reading your Blog

    Keep up the Good Work & Keep Sharing πŸ™‚

  4. the warrioress says:

    I just love getting to know you bloggers better. I find a priceless jewel within most bloggers and think it’s precious that they expose a little bit of who they are and their private lives with most of their blogs, even when they don’t blog about anything really personal. It’s so intriguing to explore other people’s minds.

  5. silverlining09 says:

    yes, you really make a difference. reading your blogs become a daily habit for me. more power on your blogging!

  6. Glenn says:

    One a day is like taking a vitamin which keeps the creative edge skillful and sharp. Thanks for your encouragement and insight. In my case I substituted writing for photography. A great fit for where I’m at today.

  7. SenoraG says:

    I love your blog and your positive attitude. I feel the same way about little actions making a big difference. People spend so much energy on hating and if they spent a fraction of that paying things forward the world would be a happier place! Thank you for always giving me food for thought and bringing a smile to my face.

  8. zeezulu says:

    Great post, Talin! Love it!!! I would love to write everyday but unfortunately for me, I have too many ideas forming in my head that it all become a cluster. I will try to write more this year. As for you, keep writing for like all the others, I love reading your blog and I’m so glad I subscribed to it πŸ™‚

  9. gtggould says:

    I admire your efforts, good luck with the perseverence!
    It is nice to see optimism so raw, honest and without naivety, it is refreshing.
    I have yet to try any recipes as of financial imperatives but I look forward to doing so in the future!

  10. Cup O Swank Studio says:

    I agree with what you said about so many inspiring people out there. I find myself “ooohing” and “Aaahing” at the amazing work of others, and it inspires me to create myself. I admire your “blog every day goal”. I might attempt that for a month. Maybe. πŸ™‚

  11. Jayne says:

    Thanks for the challenge! Although I will at least take Sunday’s off. It is good to take an occasional break. I feel refreshed and renewed for the next week. and Saturday’s that my son has a track meet. those are all day things. lol

  12. Dionne says:

    I had a similar sentiment about my own writing. And while in all practicality, I may not have the time to post absolutely everyday (but who knows right?), I will definitely write each and every day. That is amazing that you will post every day, what focus and discipline. As writers, it is such a challenge to squeeze the words in and around life. I am encouraged by your determination. Now let us both watch the words fall to the page.

    Time and writing…
    http://lifeandwrite.com/2012/01/01/time-and-writing-dont-always-play-nicely-but-maybe-in-the-new-year-they-will-learn-to-get-along/

  13. lawmrh says:

    Talin,
    I admire your fortitude and “positivity.” Blogging everyday isn’t easy. Keep up the good work and best wishes for the New Year!
    – Mo
    “The Irreverent Lawyer”

  14. fatimasaysell says:

    I feel the same way about blogging and the internet. These tools are there for everyone to use and, like everything else in life, it is not the tool, it’s what you do with it. I love writing about my travels and reading about other people’s too: my world just keeps getting bigger. A huge hug to you and HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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