Has blogging changed sulz?
1. Explored self from an intrapersonal level. All those thoughts that swirled in head once are now in writing and archived here. Sometimes, reading back old posts, am amazed that those words and thoughts actually came from self because some were quite eloquent and thoughtful and so unlike self. They also reflected a part of self that have forgotten or left behind.
2. Connected with society on an interpersonal level. Have made such wonderful friends through blogging, and am very grateful for that. Have always wondered if the friends made in real life were simply because of proximity or because they genuinely like self. Friendship through blogging proved that there are people out there who likes self for self, and they are interested in what self have to say. That’s just… really amazing.
3. Boosted self-esteem considerably. As result of penning thoughts and making friends, have come to discover that do have a… distinct writing style? and cathartic nature of personal posts have allowed self to not dwell (too much) on bad happenings in life, and positive responses through comments never fail to make self happy, motivated and inspired to not just to be a better blogger, but also a better person! (Still a looong way more to go in this department, though.)
Physically, a beating heart is what keeps self alive.
Mentally, emotionally, personally, blogging is what keeps self alive.
Haha, so cheesy hor!