As I was surfing the internet (as I often do), I noticed that people are constantly asking for advice about blogging. One question stood out in particular and made me think about what my direction is as a blogger/aspiring writer, "Is it normal for someone to have multiple blogs?".
"I'd rather be hated for who I am than loved for who I am not." - Kurt Cobain
The biggest problem that I have run into this past week with my writing and presence on social media and the internet is finding that sweet spot where I can truly say what is on my mind without upsetting the masses. I know ultimately, this is a losing endeavor, however, what I don't purposely intend to do is say something to upset people.
"I am an idealist. I don't know where I'm going, but I'm on my way." - Carl Sandburg
I honestly find it hard to believe that it has already been four months since I started blogging. It feels just like yesterday I was writing about the two-month benchmark. When I first started, I had no clue what I was trying to do or what I wanted to accomplish with blogging and writing. Now, my vision is starting to become clearer.
To me, I don't like the idea of anger being a negative word. There are outlets for anger and I can assure you that I'm not interested in physically fighting anybody or getting into screaming matches for the sake of having a release.
"Love implies anger. The man who is angered about nothing cares about nothing." - Edward Abbey
For the first time, I experienced hitting a wall with writing. On the weekends, I usually catch up on my e-mail and social media platforms. This requires me to peruse through a number of newsletters, weekly blog updates, podcasts, Twitter, Facebook, and of course spam.
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I read an article on Forbes.com not too long ago that related to millennials. It reported that one in four millennials who live at home do not work or study. I fall into this category, embarrassingly so.