Friday, 14 August 2015

Learn: Five Minute Friday



I had a yearning this morning to get some space in my head and get the thoughts and plans on to paper. So I took my daughter for a walk to the park on a glorious morning and sat with my new blog planning kit to explore a topic for the Write 31 Days challenge coming up in October.

The one year anniversary of starting this blog is fast approaching (Write 31 Days last year!!). I reflected on what I have learned about myself in that time. I don't write regularly like I want to. I can't always find the words to express what is in my head. But I do learn more about what is in my heart and get greater understanding of my own thoughts by writing them down. That is really what this blog is about for me right now. I'm not that interested in building a brand or anything. It is purely me and processing my thoughts. If others are touched by those thoughts, even better. That is at the heart of what I have learned about the importance of my blog in my life. 

I am still not 100% sure I will take part this year but I have a clearer picture of what I might cover if I do. Watch this space for what else I learn I guess!!

Written for the Five Minute Friday prompt this week. Check out the other contributors here.


If you are interested in the blog planning kit from Kat Lee I have started using, check out this link (it is an affiliate link)

8 comments:

  1. Your planning kit looks so neat. I am going to check out your affiliate link. :) Your neighbor at FMF.

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  2. PS your affiliate link did not work.

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    1. Thanks for letting me know. I have added a button to the post with the link to the blog planning kit. Hopefully it works this time!

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    2. And fixed up the link in the side bar to the other planner I use for day to day!

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    Thank you for sharing a peek into your day & thoughts about how blogging helps you learn more about yourself!! I'm a newbie to blogging as well and each time I sit to write continue to learn about why I'm posting/sharing/what I'm wishing to communicate with others!
    Bethann

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    1. Thanks for stopping by. Glad I'm not the only one on this journey!

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