Tag: journaling

Gehad`s journey blog

Gehad`s journey blog 

There is a phase in everyone’s life where anxiety pays us a visit. It is a heavy guest, but still the best guru. I have decided to write down my feelings and thoughts in order to get rid of these vibes and move forward. I am a free spirit full speaking my mind without any fear nor judgments. Therefore, I have decided to set up my blog. Obviously, my mother tongue is not English, then this blog sounds a great thing to work on my writing skills. I am preparing for IELTS, so wish me luck to excel this time. In the future, I would like to come back, read what I have written, and then laugh blissfully as my aims were not wishful thinking. 

Shared by: Gamal Gehad 

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Extra mile blog

The Extra Mile blog 

My blog has a little bit of everything in it… but most importantly it`s got a lot of ‘love’ put into every one of its posts. There’s a little bit of me in every post I write. 

Inspiration is a funny thing, you could look at a bird and be inspired or simply sit on a chair, listen to a speaker and be inspired. None of that happened to me though. 

I am very rarely inspired by people or things. Sometimes, it is just that spot decision I make to do/start something and I’ve got to do it. The journey of the creation of this blog was something like that. And of course I did have many many thoughts that made more sense to start writing them down, then just let them get away. I couldn’t have been more pleased by the decision of starting a blog and for the many choices I’ve made in life, this one ranks right up there, in my top 3.

Shared by: Savio Paes

Nothing is Permanent Blog

Nothing is Permanent Blog is about a variety of experiences told through the eyes and mind of a millennial baby. From self love, beautiful mistakes, happy regrets, infidelities, sacrifices, insecurities the list is never ending. 

As cliché as it sounds heartbreak is what inspired me. Our toughest times is when your creativeness takes control and our minds wonder what if I closed my journal and began sharing my story with the world. I was told my pain wouldn’t be permanent because nothing is, including life itself. As you can see I ran with it.