Blogging helped me explore my individuality. The lifestyle niche is one of the broadest niches in the blogging industry and as a lifestyle blogger myself, I need to find creative ways to set my blog apart from everyone else’s. This is where my individuality comes into place in the content I write. I can stand out in the lifestyle niche by using my vulnerability as a trademark of my blog. People are more likely to come back to my blog when they see me as a friend and not just some random writer on the internet.
Blogging reminds me of my place in this world. Every blog post I put out feels so rewarding. In my tiny corner space on the internet, my blog represents my minute contribution to the world. Through my personal stories, whoever reads my posts can connect to someone and relate to them.
Picking the wrong college course is a common mistake among students. In every student’s life, having to choose which degree program to study is one of the hardest decisions one has to make (especially if your options are limited). Since high school, we are asked about our plans in college and the same people passively pressure us about the likelihood of us failing and shifting if we continue to ignore their questions.
We are told about the possible hardships and lessons we’ll take when we mention a degree program of our choice and leave us discouraged. In return, they suggest a different one they think is best for us.
The secret to having a long-lasting romantic relationship is to be mutually good and true to one another. Recognize your role in the relationship and be committed to it. You have to be openly vulnerable to your other half as you’re vulnerable to yourself. Ever wondered why you couldn’t maintain a relationship for at least a year? If you find yourself always getting into a new relationship, it would either be you’re not ready to be in one or you’re choosing the wrong person for you.