52 Weeks of Thankfulness: Week 1, Blogging Community 

This year I have decided to plummet into Bernadette’s “52 Weeks of Thankfulness” over at Haddon’s Musings First, I am thankful she’s shared this challenge; it really affords everyone an opportunity to be mindfully positive and find thanks in the world around us. I know every situation is not perfect or fair or so on, but what I also realize is some individuals will not seek a solution to problems they face. Sometimes it’s not one choice, but various options and paths you must endure. Whatever you face this year, I encourage you to pursue solutions or individuals that might help you.

Happiness is not something you postpone for the future; it is something you design for the present. - Jim Rohn

Which brings me to what I’m thankful for this week–I have to say, I am thankful for my fellow blogging community.  In the past, my problem was I loved to write and express myself, but I had no one to share my ideas with.  (By the way, I love creative writing, and yes my blog has very little of those ideas–they are tucked away for now. Although I should add more to my treasure chest–and I will, in time. I’m just feeling very rusty at the showing and not telling which is a key ingredient to creative writing.)  And this brings me to my problem: I had no one to talk to or share my ideas with after completing my creative writing courses. Truthfully, the blogging community in WordPress has helped me to reconnect on this level, the desire to discover, to explore, and to express oneself through writing.

So from the bottom of my heart…thank you so very much! Thank you to all of my followers who reach out and have taken the time to connect with me. Thank you to all the bloggers I follow! I hope we have many more years of sharing our thoughts and exploring new ideas. Cheers to all of you, wishing you the best, and many more safe journeys ahead!

Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions. - Dalai Lama

 

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20 thoughts on “52 Weeks of Thankfulness: Week 1, Blogging Community 

    1. I know! Believe me sometimes I have to try really hard and go back at whatever I was trying out. I think preparation is key and being flexible to change. Of course all easier said then done, but knowing that the doing will bring us closer to satisfaction. If that makes sense. 🙂

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