This Is How I Started Blogging on Social Media

This Is How I Started Blogging on Social Media

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Being an introvert, I always preferred to pen down my feelings. When I was in school, I started writing on the back of notebooks (rough copy or house copy). No one knew my habit. But one day, I made a fresh copy of all my writings and wrote a few lines for my elder sister’s birthday. She was amused and praised me a lot. Then, I stopped writing as I was busy with studies, but it was always close to my heart.

To write is a magical way to express and destress yourself, and it further helps to pen down the happiest, important, and sad moments. I remember when I conceived for the first time, I started writing everything in my diary, and it’s my biggest treasure because when I read it, I feel so proud of being a mother and having such a beautiful daughter.

Although pictures, videos do capture emotions, writing them down is more special and close to my heart. We all live in a life full of gadgets and feel writing is less important, but writing is an art, and I like this purity.

A few years back, when I was at home (homemaker by choice), I discovered the need to write on social media. I started with Facebook and a few websites. I really got a good response, and my talent was acknowledged, especially by my family members. My father, mother, sisters and all my relatives were so happy to read my blogs. My old school friends connected with me through social media and praised me. Everyone’s likes and views boosted me, and I started writing more and more.

It’s like something was within me, but I was not so sure to share. I remember how I used to hide my short poems and thoughts written on the back of my notebooks. But now, I freely write on websites, where so many people read, comment and try to react.

This is how I started to blog. How about you? Do share how all of you started to write.

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