This is my first blog post! It’s important to be always in sync with your inner self. Today I’ve started this new habit, here I would just keep record of my mind and find a better way to communicate with myself; become better at conveying my inner emotions. This would be a chronology to how I grow as a person.
Writing a blog, can make me improve and tune my soul.
1. By writing blogs I can learn new things. After graduating from university, we are all free to do what we want, we have no commitment to learn anything, so we have no record of what knowledge we’ve gained, no way to know where and how you got insights that day. Just by pure memory is not enough – we’ve learned that during our two decades worth of education that we always need to set a time limit on when and how to review and revise on knowledge we have gained, in order to test how much we have improved ourselves, no matter in what way.
2. Writing blogs can let me think about things more deeply and clearly. As fast as I can type, my thoughts still flow faster than my blog. This gives me more time to consolidate my thoughts and make me record what I’ve really felt strongly that day and gather my emotions, to really connect and be at peace and sync with my mind.
3. Improving my writing skills and how to structure my blog posts into something that I can review on myself again. After graduating, we have no more English lessons from school, no more papers to write. Still, life is a lifelong learning process and we need to make the habit of recording our stages of improvement instead of just merely reaching the plateau after graduation. I don’t want to deprive myself of the enjoyment of self-improvement in life! Life is too short for depreciation. Writing will also be a good chance to grow self-confidence, coherently convey and express ourselves.
4. Setting a challenge for myself. Updating a blog is a definitely a challenge – but it is a good way to start a good habit. Everyday on transportation we waste so much time doing literally time-wasting activities … like blanking listening to music, laughing at random jokes on 9gag, scrolling through the same Instagram feed, refreshing Facebook notifications for the number of likes and comments on your post again and again. Well our time could be spent doing more mindful things. Here I am going to discipline myself and update my own thoughts at least biweekly; if I have time to do those activities above I would have time to write a post.
5. Blogging is like expressing your freedom. These days people are so disciplined and committed to keeping an image of yourself, that we can’t speak our mind. In some situations, it’s to keep respect or pride or whatever, but here all that is not needed 🙂
This is the start of a new journey!