Everyday NhanSense: Each day, I will blog about something that comes to mind. My goal is to practice writing about my hobbies, my interests, my opinions and so forth.
Day 87’s Topic: Reluctance.
In regards to this blog, I will admit I had a lot of reluctance when I first started it. I didn’t have any ambition of making this blog famous overnight or anything of that sort. I didn’t even know if I would continue blogging after I finished making the account.
But I am glad I did.
I started off with a handful of daily readers at best. And after a while, the number naturally expanded. Not to godly numbers or anything like that. Again, reluctance kept popping up, discouraging me from showing others what I was writing about for the longest time.
After all, this blog did start out as a depression blog, and it was a depression blog that was linked due to feeling left behind in this wide and vast world. Had I not written this blog, I seriously do not know how I would have turned out, or whether I would have been able to persevere long enough to keep going.
But I am glad I did.
I have shared some embarrassing stories, some tales of personal triumphs, this and that and everything else in between. Over the years, I experimented with a variety of different blog post types to see which ones I enjoyed writing the most.
Regardless of what I have posted before, now and in the future, let it be known that I love this blog.
Sure, it’s just a piece of the internet that bears my name, but I want to be able to melt away some of the reluctance I have of being scared of what others will think of me. Too much reluctance spawns discouragement. Too much discouragement leads to actions being delayed, or even worse, never taking place at all.
And I can’t let that happen.
I started this blog with reluctance, but now I am confident I can sell myself. To those of you who still tune in every day to read what I have to say, I thank you. You don’t all know it yet, but you all encourage me to stay on this path I have been traveling. And it means I don’t have to travel alone. I have your support, which means a lot. It really does.
I could have stopped blogging at any point. I could have just given up on this blog, walked away and pretend it never happened. However, how can I stop something so wondrous as this blog?
I simply can’t. No way. Not gonna happen. Never.
“Get good. Be better.” – Nhan Fiction