Follow up to Quitting Blogging

I really appreciate all the comments and kind words in response to my last post about why I have quit blogging. I’ve thought a lot about whether I want to continue and the fact is that I do want to keep writing on this blog.

In the years since I started blogging at FreshBlogger, I’ve written nearly 400 posts on all kinds of different topics. Writing on this blog has been a catharsis for me as well as a way for me to share some of the important things that I’ve learned. Not only that, but it’s helped to bring in a few dollars along the way that have been crucial in getting me through some rough times.

This blog has been a good thing for me. It’s true that I can’t always say exactly what I would like to, but there is a lot that I can say.

I’m going to continue to write posts here and there and share some of the lessons I’ve learned. I’m also going to try to be more open and put more of myself into my writing.

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4 Responses to Follow up to Quitting Blogging

  1. blogging has became the best big thing on the world wide web you can freely talk about anything you like and at some point help other out in terms of informations. when i started writing some articles and blogs i didnt knowhow to start or what things it can bring to me… but blogging and writing really does get my stress out… its more of a method on releasing emotions. so i say why quit it??? you have made a very tough decision my friend but you stick to the oe thing you became to love and that is quite admirable if you ask me…

  2. well.. looks like the people really likes you , so keep it up 🙂

  3. I’m happy to know that you didn’t give up your passion in blog writing. I salute bloggers for their hard work in coming up with good readings everyday. I love the fact that you bloggers never hesitate to share what you know. I know it’s tiring but if you provide your readers good readings well it’s worth the hard work.

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