The main reason that made me start blogging is that I wanted to be around English speakers so I could practice and enhance my English by their help. I enjoy reading people’s posts and get to know what they think and what their beliefs are.
Then I realized that blogging actually touches your inner self! When you read a nice comment, you feel happy and proud because you’ve managed to make somebody smile or benefit from any information that you’ve given, even if it was really simple.
I also realized that I have to be patient when it comes to blogging because I may not attract people to read what I’ve written immediately, so I should produce better pieces, avoid mistakes and wait until the big hit comes! And for me this is the fun part because I like the fact that I may or may not get likes or comments.
Blogging makes me responsible upon the people who may read my posts. I have to be respectful and honest about each word I say, without pretending. I need to promise myself to become better and to commit to this blog and try, try and try to carry on writing.
So yes, it’s a fact. Blogging makes us patient, responsible and excited. It’s a community.
Remember the days when your mother used to say, “Sweetheart you have to clean your room and organize your toys”, or “do your homework in your own”. Today I understand why these activities are important and why our families advised us to do some things alone, without any help. It’s to make us used to the fact that there will be times when you will have to walk, talk and achieve for yourself.
- Have faith on God and be sure that the good times will eventually come even if things got twisted or complicated!
- Try to challenge yourself. If you don’t like to go out alone in your car, then force yourself and try it without questioning too much. You’ll then notice that your fear decreases in each try.
- Try to do simple things by yourself: clean your room and do fix your bed. As much as these two activities are simple, they can actually build your independence; especially if you stick to them. You can draw small boxes in a paper and mark your attitudes every day. This way you’ll learn to responsible for the things that you own. The room is yours, so take care of it.
- Question your fears: are they really there? Do you have an actual evidence of their existence? Are they based on an experience? Even if they’re, are these experiences enough to build a belief on them? Antony Robins said that when you question a belief, especially a false one, then you’ll make it vanish gradually. He’s totally right.
- Just Go With It! make a decision and see what happens. You’ll lose nothing if you tried!
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The best cup of coffee requires a cold refreshing air and this is exactly what I experienced in the most beautiful place, the UK. I visited Sheffield, Scotland and London. Each of the three has its own special qualities that made it astonishing to me and many others.
Sheffield was the first place I visited during my visit. I stayed at the city center, which is filled by fancy restaurants and nice places to shop. I managed to see two rainbows at once and they looked so beautiful that most of us, tourists, took hundred pictures of them.
London! The bus tour allowed us to see everything over there easily. I love the sculptures, buildings and restaurants. London has both modern and traditional buildings and that’s what I mostly love about it. I rode the cruise for the first time in my life and took many pictures of Big Pen and the London Eye.
Scotland has many beautiful buildings and sculptures too. Just take your coffee and enjoy the beauty of the city!!
In simpler words, I LOVE UK!!
“No matter how many goals you have achieved, you must set your sights on a higher one”.
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