I am an accidental blogger. My friend Wanda over at http://www.awandafulthing.com asked me to be a guest blogger on her site and I thought why not. I clicked the appropriate buttons to gain access to guest post. It took awhile as nothing was being accepted until I final put, what I thought was a password in, and hit enter. A pop-up appeared congratulating me on my blog. I thought no, I don’t have a blog, I am a guest blogger. WordPress invited me to check my blog out. It was hard to get my head around as I had no idea for a blog, at that point I didn’t even know my blog’s name so how could I have a blog! So I accepted the invite and “You can always start now!” appeared. My last string of words I typed in trying to gain access.
At that point I thought why not. It was easier to help Wanda, who is 5000 miles away, if I could actually play on my own blog over set-up, posting, widgets, themes etc. As I am not a natural DIYer I decided to post on items I am comfortable with. Note I didn’t put I was an expert on! For a long time I have tried to figure out “my passion” and then realized it was what made me joyful. I love listening, exploring and prompting other peoples passion. People have a vibrancy when they are talking about what drives them. I find it captivating and energizing.
Once I started playing with the blog I realize I was enjoying the process. I started looking at what I was reading, doing and planning and could it be a post? Would people be interested in it? Everything I post on I have read, made or am working on i.e. letting go, meditation, moving forward in general. I hope individuals will read the blog and take away ideas and maybe feel part of something bigger; a community of people who want to explore their creativity and personal growth.
Let me know what you are exploring. We can tap into each other passions and you never know maybe find something new that will rock our world! Follow me on you can always start now! Who knows where it will take us.
Act as if it were impossible to fail
Stop thinking about fear, “what if” and negativity