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Monday, 22 September 2014

What Blogging Has Taught Me

As a blogger, you are not only exposing yourself to the world, but you are also learning. Learning basic computer and internet skills, language (especially spelling) and life lessons!

Since I started blogging ( Countdown 6 days more to her 1st Anniversary), I personally have learnt a lot, especially in the aspect of fashion, beauty and social media influence. I also learnt about friendship, in the sense that I've made friends I haven't met yet in person and I hope to meet them to chat, laugh and eat some chocolate.

This is what blogging has taught me:
  • Uniqueness. Blogging has taught me how to be unique in terms of blogging, you don't have to  be doing what every one is doing. It's like following trends, you don't have to follow trends to be called a fashionable person.

  • Be proud of your work. Don't let people tell you what you are doing is useless. Nothing you do is useless, which brings us to the next point.

  • There are people out there who need your blog to be present. Yeah, like my story of learning about fashion, if there were no fashion bloggers, I wouldn't have learnt anything about fashion. Maybe your blog is about fitness or gardening. Through that, you have given us inspiration to someone for fitness or gardening.

This is what blogging has taught me. What has blogging taught you? Please share your lessons. Thumbs up!

Countdown: 6 days more to Marietta DeGrant As MarieNoel's first anniversary.

4 comments:

  1. This is wonderful! I always love hearing what other bloggers have learned... I've been thinking about what I've learned a lot lately too!

    xo,
    Zoe | La Vie en Zoe

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    1. Yeah, blogging has a whole lot of lessons and I'm glad I learnt a lot

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  2. This is such a wonderful and relatable post! :)

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