She’s a new blogger. In fact, she recently celebrated her first month of blogging.
She’s also a happy person and as I was reading through her blog posts, it was difficult for me to just showcase three. But, the reason I showcase a new blogger is so you too, can have fun digging through their archives.
With that said, I’ve settled on the following three picks.
To recap what she learned from a month of blogging, in a post titled, “I’m Not The Only Genius: What I Learned From My First Month Of Blogging” she describes her blogging experience as such,
…for me, it’s been like walking into a really great cocktail party, the kind which you always hope for but which usually ends up just letting you down with soggy hors d’oeuvres, boxed champagne, and that guy named Bob who has permanent halitosis, a comb-over, and thinks you’re his new best friend because you said more than “Hi” to him. No, this party’s been the kind where you walk in and everyone’s someone interesting. You don’t know which conversation you want to join because all of them are good, and you spend the night chatting away with people whom you can’t believe you haven’t known your whole life.
I’ve never heard it put that way, but that is close to the truth. When we start looking for other blogs, the possibilities are endless.
Because she likes to keep a positive attitude, she often analyzes situations. In a post titled, “Why I Don’t Do Commandments” , to quote her, she says,
Now when I am confronted with decisions and must contemplate what route to take, I ask myself: “What do I really want to do?” If the answer is hard for me to reach, I rephrase the question: “What would I most regret not doing?” I usually find that I can then make a clear decision, based in love. And no guilt or fear is involved at all.
Isn’t that a great way of rephrasing the question? It give us a chance to explore ALL of the possibilities.
I also like how she concluded her “About” page. The final paragraph reads,
I write here in the belief that one person’s story (mine) is also the story of many. We learn from each other. Inasmuch as this blog is about me it’s about you, too. May you take from here your own courage to live your own happiness.
Isn’t that beautiful?
She is Chania , and her blog is My Pursuit Of Happiness
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