Blogging is hard. Harder than I thought it would be.
I love to write….but the very thing I love about writing I have had to mostly give up in blogging.
I love being thorough….and blogging doesn’t lend it self to that. How do I tell my complete view on a subject in 500 words?
On the flip side…who wants to read a 4,000 word article on a chin strap or some other obscure topic. I might not even want to read it by the time I was done!
And even then someone would have a problem with it.
Because, really deep down that is what I struggle with. People not understanding me.
Notice I didn’t say people agreeing with me. You don’t have to agree with me.
In fact I really want to make people think. That includes me.
I love feedback like this from Lyn, “It is also thought-provoking. If that was your goal with this blog, you have certainly accomplished it.”
Thank you Lyn, and everyone else who is helping me along this journey.
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