YES, it is true.
I’m probably more amazed by this fact than you are. Who’d have thought that I’d stick with blogging, more or less consistently, in one way or another, for this long?
My immediate answer to that question is: not me. But that’s a bit too flippant. In reality, I think that the reason I have continued to blog is that it’s a quiet way to make your mark on the world. To question and learn. To reflect and inspire. To laugh and enjoy. To connect with people in a casual, easy way.
At least, those would be the reasons why I keep a blog at this point. Any dreams I might have had of making money or of getting noticed by a publisher are long gone. Now I write about what happens in my life because I can– and because I want to. Very simple.
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In honor of this auspicious occasion I’ll do something that I rarely do. Today I’ll point you in the direction of a few of my previous posts about blogging. I’ve learned a few things. I’ve experienced a few things. And naturally, I’ve talked about them all.
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So what does the future hold for me and blogging? If I am entirely honest I have to answer: I haven’t a clue.
Throughout the course of my illustrious blogging career I have never felt the need to have an overarching plan with a mission statement, monthly objectives and weekly goals. Instead I have always done whatever makes sense to me in the moment.
And right now it makes sense to me is to say thank you to all my gentle readers. I appreciate that you make the effort to visit here on a regular basis. Your comments make my day and keep me on my toes. You’re the best.
THANKS for stopping by.