Day 100: So far so good.

Today is day 100 of my blogging challenge and I am so happy that I’ve made it this far!

Finding the time to write everyday has not been easy but it has been fun and enjoyable. At first it felt like a chore but now it’s become part of who I am.

Here are a few things I learnt about myself in the 100 days that I’ve been writing:

  1. I have so many stories worth telling and I love telling them through my blog.
  2. I don’t write for others, I write for myself. I love seeing my words on a page and feeling so proud that I created them.
  3. Poetry is my favourite form of literature. It’s the mode that makes me feel the most free and creative.

To all those who have been reading my post in the last 100 days, I would like to say a big thank you for all you support, likes and comments.

To the new readers, I’d like to say welcome.

To everyone, please feel free to comment on posts, and make suggestions on what you’d like to see me write about or what forms of literature you’d like to see me explore.

Here’s to another 265 days!


Thank you for reading.

5 thoughts on “Day 100: So far so good.

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  1. Well done for reaching the big 100 milestone! I think my favourite posts have been the ones from your experience in general, but perhaps that is because I am nosey ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  2. Congrats on your 100th post!!! My favourite thing about your blog is the variety, be it the poems, short stories, daily reflections, random tasks etc. so looking forward to many more posts m8 ๐Ÿ™‚

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