Day 23 – write a letter to someone, anyone.

My letter is to the kind readers of this blog:

dear reader,

thanks so much for reading and following this blog, when there are so many blogs in this world.

I wanted to blog as a learning experience, and it’s certainly been that. I have found participation in the 30 day blog challenge both eye opening and it’s made me think. Now I think of things from another perspective, and I look outside myself.

My brain thinks about my next blog post, and I find it a good distraction from more unpleasant things.

If you are scared of blogging, I’m here to tell you it’s not scary. It’s fun and stimulates the brain.

If you’ve been blogging a while, and feel jaded, I suggest doing a blog challenge such as this, perhaps find a friend who wants to get back into blogging or is keen to start a new one, and just go for it.

Sometimes, it’s not the amount of followers, but the way in which one blogs that is the prize.

If you’ve read this far, thank you!

I deeply appreciate you!

Cheryl xxx



6 thoughts on “Day 23 – write a letter to someone, anyone.

  1. Oh that’s so true! This blog challenge has been so useful and has made me blog more consistently than I ever have in the past. You’re spot on when you say that it’s a learning and experience and that it helps divert the brain from unpleasant stuff. I love your closing words about it not being about the number of followers too. Beautiful! xxx

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  2. I always enjoy your blogs Cheryl . I dont know how you find so mant things to write about ,If I was a bloger my blogs would be like me small & sweet ,or maybe blog a day about running a shop . XXXX

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