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2011/10/03

Blogging is a Girl's Best Friend

Blogging is more affordable than diamonds. It only cost a small amount time in a day.

It all started when I was browsing blogs after blogs for interior design inspirations for our home. I was excited to share my great finds of blogs and websites. I did not know how to blog, until a stumbled upon Cindy Adkin's blog, a very creative artist and talented writer who shared a generous tips about blogging.

I read her book "Blogging": Its a Woman Thing. I enjoyed it very much that I got her next book called "Blog from the Heart: Woman's Guide to Blogging". It felt like it talked straight to the heart. It didn't sound like instructional but more like a friendly encouragements.



I quote something that spoke to me:

"By virtue of the fact that a person is living, I believe that there is something that is worth writing". - Cindy Adkins


Everybody has a passion or inspiration that is worth sharing. When I feel discouraged to write something I tell myself, there will always be something to write about till to the last sense.

Cindy also expressed well why blogging could be a girl's best friend.

"Blogging consists of much more than “Girl Talk.” It is a vehicle through which many women receive validation about who they are."

Blogging got my mojo back (more after I earned my first dollar through adsense). It gives me reason to wake-up excitedly in the morning sit on my computer and just can't wait to see what my new friends has to show and say, read their comments and write what excites me for the day.

(I would like to thank my husband very best friend for reading my blogs and still asks me what made me feel good everyday)

6 comments:

  1. Oh Myric,
    You are such a doll for posting about this!!! THANK YOU so much!!! I am writing a special story about blogging angels on Friday--Oh gosh, Girl, you don't want to miss it!!! YOU are one of them!!!
    XO
    Cindy

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  2. Awww. Thank you so much Cindy. Glad you like it. I am an avid follower. I won't miss it.

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  3. Aloha Myric,
    I know what you mean about Cindy's book, she is one terrific writer! I hopped over to your blog from Cindy's; nice blog you have here.

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  4. Thanks for this great post about Cindy, a dear friend of mine, and her books! She is not only super talented, but a sweet and thoughtful kindred spirit as well! I've had a blast since I began blogging about 1 1/2 years ago, and I know that you will, too!

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  5. What a wonderful post about a wonderful person!

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  6. So true! I am learning so much from Cindy,
    she is so talented, great review, Celeste,
    The Victorian Tailor

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