No, I am not going to give a spiritual talk. Please don’t run away just yet. To be fair, I may be pretty good at a spiritual talk and then you may regret having missed it.
Anyway, the reason for this post is because that’s what I have been practising for the last few months and technically, for the better part of this year. Do you recall when you first started blogging? Many years ago? I do. It was 11 years ago and I wrote a post about it right here, on this blog, if you recall.
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I distinctly remember the day I started this blog, May 24th, 2014. It was my first experiment with WordPress. While it wasn’t love at first sight, it was definitely an interesting experience. Writing: That’s how I began my journey as a writer in this space. Continue reading “4 Years of Writing”
Blogging guilt hits all of us at various times through our online lives. This is not only normal but can occur with frequency depending on the kind of blogger you are.
Today, we’ll talk about the main aspects of blogging guilt and how you can overcome them without compromising on your peace of mind.
Most of the components I speak of here are relevant to personal and niche bloggers, but you may find one or two things to help you whether you’re a first-time or veteran blogger.
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