Life and all its shenanigans can sometimes ,ok most of the times , overwhelm you. The weighty school bags,the stress of college assignments,the enervating office hours and deadlines,the social pressures of dating,marriage and procreation and before you realise you have transformed from a perfectly functional human being to a humanised robot. WAKE, WORK, SLEEP, REPEAT !
Well that happens in most cases , until some wise ones gain consciousness to break the rut and start something they really “wish” to do and not something they are “required ” to do.
All of 30 and I had got stuck in life’s drill till I stumbled upon a friend’s blog last year. Blogging fascinated me no end. A place where I can share what I feel and give some “gyaan” and sound cool . Whoa ! The next thing I know is I am attending a session on blogging conducted by the same friend . This friend told me that after attending the session I would start blogging myself and I was like ” Yeah , that ain’t gonna happen ” in my head.
How wrong was I ? For someone who uses the social media to only upload pictures and secretly snoop what my frenemies are up to, this was a huge step.
I was soon introduced to the friendly Blogchatter sessions on Twitter and made a part of a unique BlogBuddy program. Well it started with a boom and stopped with a bang for me .
You know ,for someone who has been changing baby nappies and making baby food straight after royally receiving her MBA degree , I got excited to be doing something I really wanted to and scared and nervous reading other bloggers and their inspiring content.
Convenience took precedence and I gave up blogging thinking I am no good. Went back to “Mum mode” . But Blogchatter did not give up on me. Stubborn huh!
So here I am , part of BlogBuddy new season , blogging again , exhilarated and dancing to “beat pe booty” in my head.
The strength of BlogBuddy is a set of aspiring bloggers who interact and motivate each other in a regular fashion to “blog together to blog better” . It’s all about community, love and inspiring each other.
While I celebrate my return with a glass of chardonnay and some bootilicous music, I wish to thank Blogchatter for another chance and you for reading me and hopefully leaving your feedback .