Why I Blog

I started this blog about two years ago. In the Spring of 2014.

At first, the reason for this blog was just so I could have a place to write down thoughts — on movies, TV series, music, faith, life, and moral issues — that had been rattling around in my head for a while. This blog was a way of providing catharsis. At the time I started blogging, too, I was feeling depressed — it’s a long story — but I was told that, since I like writing, writing could help me.

As time went on, my blog had another reason to exist: To help people. To let people know that they weren’t alone in their opinion(s) or struggle(s).

Late November, 2015, was a momentous time for my blog. My post “Reaching out to Nudists” attracted a lot of attention. As a result, I felt that I had found a niche: Writing about nudism. Specifically, writing about my thoughts on nudism and how I think nudism can positively effect the world. (See the Category “Nudism.”)

I have gotten a lot of positive feedback on my posts about nudism. And, looking back now, I realize that I have achieved my goal of helping people.

My posts about movies — specifically, my posts about the movies Woodlawn and Whisper of the Heart — have had positive feedback, too.

I will continue writing. For my own sake, and for the sake of others. I love writing. There’s only so much that I can do. But that doesn’t mean that I can’t, and haven’t, done something, for someone, at some point.

In conclusion:

I’m sorry if this post comes across as prideful, like I’m shouting my accomplishments to the heavens. It was not my intent to boast. My head’s in a whirl at the moment (why, I don’t know), and this post is just me trying to find my balance: Me trying to get perspective on my life as a blogger so far.

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Thank you for reading.

 

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