I started blogging to become a better thinker and a better writer.
Writing down my thoughts forces me to think deeper about them and to organize them. By thinking deeper about who I am, I aim to live a more intentional & meaningful life.
Blogging – just like journaling – is a healthy habit that requires time, concentration, discipline & commitment which are all great things. Blogging is also an occasion to reflect back on my personal growth and articulate the changes I am experiencing.
I love to meet new people (one reason I go to Mundo Lingo events every week) and blogging seems to be a great way to get in touch with like-minded people. Also, contrary to publishing, blogging allows me to get direct input from the readers, either through comments or direct contact. I love positive feedback but I’m also always willing to improve.
I hope to provide recommendations & add value to my readers and perhaps even inspire them with my writings.
This post was greatly inspired by Joshua Becker’s 15 Reasons I Think You Should Blog, Props to him for fueling my motivation to blog.