Blogging Is Something Therapeutic For Me – You Don’t Need To Be An Expert Writer

In this life now, social media, blogging and tweeting are on the rise. A lot of us out there blog, tweet, and are on so many social media websites, and I find blogging to be therapeutic for me. I feel like this is one of the only ways I get to express myself, my feelings and the way I see things in the world. I know and admit that I am not an expert in writing, and I know that I need to fix where punctuation goes and stuff, but I am working on it, but to have a blog, you don’t need to be an expert writer. A blog is a place where people of course express how they feel about a situation, having to share with the world what happens, sharing opinions, suggestions, advice, and among so many things. I feel the need to express myself in my blogs and the only way I know how to sometimes. I like knowing that I blog everyday about everything. I like writing about so many topics, recipes, current events, social, social media, social networking, and among so many things. I am not perfect and I do make mistakes, I’ve done things I haven’t been proud of, but I am sure a lot of us have been through that road and that path at one point or another. I find blogging to be a whole new interface of expressing opinions and ones feelings and I feel great doing it. I just wish everyone understood my point of view. I feel proud of my accomplishments with blogging, I feel good about achieving my goals to strive to make this world a better place, with more happier people and for people to smile, have this incredible positivity and to get people to feel great about themselves. It is very important to me and I mean it from the bottom of my heart. I want the best for everyone. Blogging is something that is very important to me in my life. It is something I feel that I am great at doing.

A Social networking guru and a person who is a social media expert once said to me at a Seminar I attended about Social media, is that everyone should have a blog. It doesn’t matter what it is about, it is very nice to have a blog and to write. He said you do not have to be an expert and professional at writing. It is something that each and everyone of us should do. He said you could write everyday, once a week or couple of times a week, but he said have a blog, and make it whatever you want it to be and go with it. I feel the same way. I will never forget the way I felt when I first started to blog. It was pretty nerve wracking at first and I was pretty nervous to start one because I would be sharing myself with the world, and I do admit I was scared at first, but then after my first week, it wasn’t so bad, and I kept writing and writing. It was something I couldn’t stop and I actually enjoyed my writing, I actually enjoyed interacting with so many people on the internet and sharing point of views. I remember how nervous I was, but then now I am not anymore. It is such a beautiful thing. Even though I am not a perfect writer, but I feel like I get my points across the way I see fit and the way I want to portray my blog and myself. I feel great blogging. I never like to keep things bottled up inside and when I blog it is a totally new twist among everything. I have worked so hard and come this far. Some people ask how I do it everyday and how I commit to blogging everyday with daily life, I answer it simply by saying it is therapeutic for me and I look at it like Its my life and a big part of my life. I have received a lot of opportunities doing this and it feels great. A lot of professors, doctors, priests, and so many other people have come to my blog.

Blogging is an interesting world. When people search for keywords a blog shows up automatically on search engine websites. It depends on how you want to be searched and it depends on how comfortable you are sharing your blog with the world. I mean why not? Its an amazing world and I enjoy blogging. I love it.

What about you? What does blogging mean for you? What has it done for you? How does it impact your life? Would love to hear from you.

All the best in everything.

9 thoughts on “Blogging Is Something Therapeutic For Me – You Don’t Need To Be An Expert Writer

  1. Naomi Baltuck says:

    Hi Talin,
    You say this very well. I think you do a fine job expressing yourself with your blog, sharing ideas, and supporting your readership. Merry Christmas, and warm wishes for the new year.

  2. donthangupthequill says:

    Talin, I agree that it’s your blog and you can express yourself however you want. However, if your dreams and aspirations are to get noticed through your blog, grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure all play a part.

    I enjoy blogging, especially when I’ve got something I want to share. Also, I’m hoping one my book is published, folks will want to know more about me and will check on my blog to follow along. πŸ™‚

    -Abigial

  3. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx says:

    You’re doing great Talin, I enjoy reading your blogs every one of them, each person has a style in writing it is like a painting and yours has that warmth and mostly happy ending, keep it up, you are on the right path.

  4. artsyprincess says:

    I love blogging. I’ve had so many different blogs for so many years on so many different blogging sites. I’ve finally narrowed it down to just two blogs, one for personal use and one for my crafting. I blog to record memories and thoughts at specific moments of my life. I love looking through my archives to see how much life has changed for me.

    Great blog article!

  5. vudragovich says:

    ” I just wish everyone understood my point of view.” A battle not always worth fighting. If you can get people to accept you have a point of view, you are doing good πŸ™‚ Like your directness.
    Dave

  6. Abraham says:

    I blog to express my views on things, or to practise my writing. Blogging has enabled me to interact with other bloggers and allowed me to view their world.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s