I Blog, Do You?

I’m not sure if you guys noticed but I blog every single day.

I blog not because of the fame, the fortune (there is almost none except for an exceptional few) or for the attention but I blog because primarily, I want to immortalise the thoughts, ideas and experiences that I have while I’m hurtling through this thing called life.

Every single day, our brains form new connections between the nerve fibres that give rise to new ideas and eureka moments but most of the time, we forget about those realisations that come as quickly as the fleeting wind. Therefore I blog, as an attempt to rebel against that trend.

Over the months that I’ve blogged, it has become somewhat of an escapism, a way for me to fully express myself without the fear of standing in front of a large crowd nor the fear of experiencing critical judgements from the people around me. Blogging has been a way for me to share what it is like to be me.

For those of you that have followed me, I’m sure you’ve noticed (if not that is okay) that I write a lot about life, death and self-development thus, I might be mistaken for one of those gimmicky life coaches that sell fake advice for cash. I assure you that I am not. All the things that I’ve blogged about are things that went through my mind, things that I’ve come to a realisation, and things that I’ve learnt from my experiences as I’m hurtling through life and thanks to the power of blogging, I can share that with all of you IN REAL TIME! 🙂

I believe that I will continue blogging as long as there’s still life in me. It would be wonderful to look back when I’m in my 70s to revisit the journey that I’ve experienced and the emotions and thoughts that run through the mind of my 20-year-old self.

To my followers (about 40+ of you), thank you so much for your kind words and comments. I really do appreciate every single one of them.




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