Blogtober Challenge 12: Too Early To Tell

This is the 12th Blogtober Challenge. The awkward thing about this is it that it gives the task that I share how I have been since I started to blog.

As it was emphasized every now and then, this is a new blog. This blog is so new that I wished that this task was scheduled for the end of Blogtober. But, I guess, that is the challenge to that.

In a span of less than a month, I did see a change.

1. I became busier. As if six hours of sleep is enough. Let me try three hours.

2. I learned to be more patient with unfortunate occurrences.

3. I was socializing again. A shootout to all of my new friends.

4. My mind is imagination-hyperdrive. It is consistently finding something blogworthy. With Blogtober, it is always thinking of how I could successfully fulfill each challenge.

5. I learned to be critical. I learned to think of my own opinion on different issues.

Apparently, my mind and body is pushing itself to get more involved with life ever since the first blog post. I am frighteningly excited about how much I can change if I continue on to blog?

How did blogging change you? Have you experienced a major adjustment in your life and fins yourself overwhelmed at how much you can give yourself to it? Share your thoughts.

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3 thoughts on “Blogtober Challenge 12: Too Early To Tell

  1. This mirrors my experience. It’s striking actually. I find it amazing that we’re becoming more sociable from behind our screens but it’s true. We’re becoming a little gang. I don’t know what role I play yet but I like it.

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    • I think it is quite fun and exciting that we are getting to know and support one another despite being from random sides of the world. I guess that it is the ultimate benefit of technology. It makes the world even smaller.

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