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I think blogging is like travelling through life: a cloudburst, a gale, mud, warm wind, coolness, logs underfoot, surprises around the corner, bagels for breakfast, coffee, lots of coffee.
Now, I know that it’s easy to start a blog, but systematic writing of texts that will attract readers is a very difficult job.
I arrived to the blogosphere by blue tram
When I was still at the stop, I was thinking about the idea of publishing my texts on the Internet, and then suddenly a passionate love for writing took my hand. I almost fell over the main step. I sit by the window already. The views still change, and every morning for eight months I have wondered if my blogging makes sense. But recently, famous blogger Andrzej Tucholski wrote in his article that:
“There is on greater power in the heart than faith in everyday beginnings”.
So, I go day by day, and I pass on my way the most popular blogs but also less well-known corners. The cat on a branch looks at me, regularly.
I live in Ireland, among people from many cultures
That’s why I decided to write my blog in two languages, although my English sometimes embarrasses me. However, as my favourite blogger Riennahera wrote:
– I have not heard so many people who would say “it’s a pity that in stressful moments of my life I clung to my passion” but, I remember quite a lot of people who say “it’s a pity that it turned out and I don’t engage in (put here something, what is your passion), anymore”.
Thanks to writing, I meet amazing people who agree to be interviewed by me, although my blog is not really famous. Their unique stories constantly remind me: Don’t give up your dreams or leave them for later.
Every day I am going far away
When I publish text, I shine, but then I also wonder if someone will read it. The storm is again in my head, the same as stormy January in Galway. Very heavy weather.
However, my next stop will be in Ghana.