is about breaking free from the herd – whether it is to attain free financial literacy to be financially independent or to overcome life’s challenges and succeed, I write my heart out in hopes of helping someone out there.
Life is a combination of various hills and valleys, and I strive to help others in overcoming every hurdle along the way.
I began writing this blog merely to explore my love for writing and to vocalize my thoughts, not knowing it would offer a profound meaning to the proverb Pen is mightier than the Sword.
I write about my personal experiences, simply in hopes of reaching out and connecting with anybody who could benefit from it.
We are all searching for a unique balance in our lives — a balance between our emotional, physical and financial well being and I welcome everyone to join me on this journey to Seeking a Utopia.
To be free from the herd, we must stop thinking and acting like the herd !
Shared by: Aditya
Pointless Overthinking blog
My blog is about our world from a mindset point of view. The way we see the world is deciding the type of world we’re living in. We can change that if we want to even though it requires lots of hard work, but I believe it is worth it because we matter! Always!
I was in a place I didn’t know what to do with my life. I had some sort of a fog over my mind and because of this I couldn’t clearly see where I’m heading to. I started to read more about mindset and about how it’s influencing our lives and I started to write about what was going on in my head and also about what I found in my readings. This brought some clarity for me and I want to share all of these with other people because I don’t want for people to have the fog I had over my mind and I also want for people to realize that it’s more important what’s within ourselves compared to what’s outside.
Shared by: Bogdan
LET ME INTRODUCE MYSELF: My name is Bojana and I’m running a blog called Bojana’s Coffee and Confessions to go.
I am a teacher, a writer, a workaholic, a perfectionist, a skeptic, a realist with dreams, an art lover, a travel freak, a tennis fan, a coffee junkie, a carnivore, an environmentalist, a political being, a good person, a bitch, a neurotic, a soul searcher, a careful daughter, a caring daughter, a missing sister, a part-time wife, a part-time friend, and a full-time mom. I am a citizen of the world (who happens to be the citizen of Serbia), once a permanent resident of Canada, now a German permanent residence permit holder, a legal alien in all three.
WHAT AM I DOING HERE? To answer this question, I have to go back a year and a half ago when my blogging adventure started. I remember I couldn’t sleep, being suddenly flooded with dozens of thoughts, a rush of emotions and an unstoppable urge to get out of bed, and start to write. Back then, I wasn’t even sure what about. Last time I had written something had been 20 years before, and I knew how liberating it had felt. As time went by, I stopped. I was constantly pressed for time since I began studying and then working and I simply forgot, not how to write but to write in the first place.
Anyway, I decided to play it by ear. I believed it was a mental breakthrough, a sudden insight, an epiphany. On the other hand, I was aware of the fact those undefined perplexing thoughts which came rushing to my mind were also a result of inner turmoil, disturbance, confusion, sadness, rage, anxiety and restlessness I’d been feeling. My writing actually started as a self-healing attempt, a process of recovery, a journey I was determined to embark on in hopes of getting out of my mess. As a result, my early posts were designed as an attempt to get to the root of my obnoxious mood swings and stress. I would often refer to it as soul-searching, reconciliation and finding peace I had been longing for.
DID I LET THE GENIE OUT? I most definitely did and by doing so I found a whole lot more than I had bargained for. As my readership was growing, and I was discovering new interesting topics, my posts began to undergo a change. Besides, I made friends with some gorgeous people who helped me heal by, among other things, reaching out and asking me to open up. Consequently, I started writing about growing up amidst the crisis, war and challenging post-war years in Yugoslavia where I grew up, which has with time evolved into a series of bitter sweet posts I’m exceptionally proud of.
In the meantime, I started successfully writing engaging poetry and short stories. At the moment, I’m working on a number of posts with a fellow blogger I think the world of, namely a satire about the rise of nationalism and other bad isms worldwide. You can find the first installment on my site already.
If you want to find out more, you’ll have to visit my blog. What you need to know for now is I can’t take bullshit and speaking straight from the shoulder, however painful and shocking, is something I’m rather good at. I have frequently been called a fierce and uncompromising writer who doesn’t want to look away and a force to be reckoned with. I love stream of consciousness, sarcasm, criticizing sentimentality and society, and using both formal and informal language in a single piece of writing. When I don’t bitch about injustice and exploitation, I’m still trying to figure out how to cope the best way I can.
The name of my blog is InVaJy, It is all about the truths of life we encounter in various stages of human life. It’s platform for sharing the experiments with truth and place for achieving peace of mind. If anyone love sharing experiences and spread happiness, he/she will feel exactly at home here.” The articles published here are always reflecting on simple wisdom and learning innovative ways to apply it to our intricate lives.
Life comprises a range of responsibilities, struggles, dreams, and relationships. Readers will find posts about life tricks, decision making, adopting change, delight, motivation, inspiration, love, inter personal relations, meaning, possibilities, mindfulness, spirituality, effortlessness, satisfaction and minimalism.
I began blogging on Xanga, in 2008, whilst I was my wife’s primary caregiver. I needed a constructive outlet for all that I was feeling and thinking. I also needed to begin a network for the looming day when she would be gone and our son would be out of the house and on his own. Xanga folded, more or less, in 2011, the year Penny passed and son, Aram, entered the U.S. Navy.
I found that Word Press, first with a free blog site and then a paid site where I could have unlimited storage for my photos, was a fine place to park. Righteous Bruin became Sagittarian Seeker, about a year ago.
I am an energy healing practitioner.
It just occurred to me one day to start the Ray of light blog to let people know what I am now doing & my services as well as to share insights, musings, inspirations & to reach out to others who may be interested in what I do.
I am now responding to a shamanic calling & offering healing sessions (physical & distant) in alignment with the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition, which is an ancient Peruvian Healing Tradition.
My blog is mainly set up to promote my short novel – Existential Tableau – which is a lateral thinker’s approach to life. I am a fan of mixing the practical with the arcane; hopefully, my short novel conveys these two qualities well. I also share my thoughts on a variety of topics – there are links to my articles for the Korea Times on my blog. I am passionate about English teaching, so I share my perspective with the world. Who knows, maybe someone’s life will be positively influenced?
My philosophical musings inspired me to set up the blog. I was searching for the best way to publish my short novel – Reddit, Facebook, Twitter.. there was always something missing. Until I stumbled across WordPress. It’s a great site. I am going to reach 100 pages at one point.
Infinite Stairwell. Life is a constant thought process.
Submitted by: Adam Borowski
My blog is Titled Becoming The Muse
Growing up I used to be fascinated conversations with my grandparents and my grandfather would tell stories of our ancestry on a moonlit
sometimes they were outlandish tales of magic and folklore other times
simply recollections of the old days when history was made.
We don’t sit around fires anymore telling stories into the night and
we are slowly forgetting the beauty and magic in our past, my blog is
my journey into trying to capture the essence of where I am from and
the history happening around me while it is happening, and for the world to see Africa’s narrative from my perspective.
I am a storyteller in a digital world and these are my words.