Have you ever asked yourself, “what would my life be like if I made a different choice?” I ask myself that all the time. I don’t ask because I regret where my life is now, but rather out of curiosity. If I could go back and change things about my life, I doubt I would change a thing. I love my life at this moment. Changing the past would change my present. That said, looking back at my past 43 years of life, I wish I knew that… One fight with my best friend would forever end a friendship I valued.
For over five years now, I’ve been blogging. What started as a way to just write and share my thoughts has turned into so much more. Almost two years ago, I decided to take my blogging in a new, more serious way. When I started blogging, I had no idea that people blogged in the hopes of gaining a larger audience or as a way to showcase their writing. I was a bit naïve. Now I know there is a world of great writers expressing themselves through blogs. Once I realized that world of bloggers existed, I opened myself to
November has 30 days. It has meant 30 days of writing for me as I took on the National Blog Posting Month (NaBloPoMo) challenge, again. And, since today is the 30th, it is my last day of blogging daily until November next year. Now, I will take time and reflect on the past month. Did I learn anything? Was the challenge worth it? For now, I can say that I’m proud that I never missed a day. I wrote 30 posts in 30 days. What I’m most amazed at is how easy it felt to do it this year. Other