Recently, I’ve decided to take a break from facebook, which provided me with some extra quiet moments to reflect with God. In these moments, I thought about facebook. It seems as though I, (along with many others) have a lot to say without a great platform to say it on facebook.
I’ve always liked the idea of having a blog but run into some issues like, writers block, or treating it like a journal, or trying too hard, who knows what. I also feel that there’s already so much noise around on the internet, do I have anything of value to add to all this mess? And the quiet voice says yes. All my insight gets lost in the mess of the web, so I decided to look into blogging again, a public spot carved out just for me, despite the results. To satisfy this seemingly endless craving to publicize my words.
Does one need a “niche” to create a blog? I suppose it helps. I am a nurse, so I have some expertise in health and illness. I love a wide variety of music, I love commenting on books. However, the one topic that is constantly rolling off my tongue is God, getting inspired, and always working to be the best-version-of myself (which was inspired from books I read by Matthew Kelly).
An article I read on here today reported certain bloggers to be unapologetically unpolitical and inoffensive (or something like that, and excuse my lack of reference), and perhaps I am one of those.
While I don’t have the balls (or knowledge) to talk in depth about politics, the news, and much of the crap that goes on in the world today, I do have many important insights to offer on a variety of situations. And on living and how to be happy. and how to find peace, and all sorts of warm and fuzzy things. I hope I can throw a positive new spin on the world for everyone.
Thanks for checking in, and welcome to the middle of my journey.