I thought I knew why I started blogging. Looking for a creative boost that would help stimulate new ideas and different ways of thinking.
I thought I knew why I started blogging. Looking for a creative boost that would help stimulate new ideas and different ways of thinking. It did help with that and it continues to. The problem however, isn’t needing a creative boost. It goes deeper than that. The problem is:
- What took it away?
- Where did my creative self go?
- Why has this happened?
- How do I get it back?
It’s not the creativity that was lost. The answer is time. Time is missing. The amount of time that is being spent working at my day job. Most of us work way too much! We don’t spend enough time with our loved ones or ourselves.
We are working ourselves to death.
Working through pain and being motivated by guilt. The guilt of not wanting to let our coworkers and employers down. The guilt of not wanting to let your family down.
We look for ways of creating time but something always gets sacrificed in the process. For example, painkillers take less time than going to the gym and anti depressants make you numb, so it’s easier to get through the day. I’m not saying there isn’t a place for these medications at all. They definitely have helped me. But maybe we rely on them too much? I say this speaking from experience.
All of our energy is used up at work. And what you have left to give? Your worst self! Our spouses, families and friends get our worst selves and, in return, we get their worst selves. We are just too tired at the end of day-no more energy. We have evolved to a point in time where our number one priority is work to live. Sure, at one time we were hunter gatherers but lets be honest here… With all the technological advancements we have made? I’m pretty sure we could rid our world of poverty and hunger if there weren’t so many selfish people on the planet. We simply are working towards retirement and hoping to be healthy enough to enjoy it. To enjoy the last few years of life before we die.
We all are just putting in the years and waiting for the prison sentence to be served.
So I guess I really started this blog as a way out. I want this blog to help me become the person that can share their best self with their best friend. That’s why I started blogging.
We all create in everyday life.
In decision making and other things we do, there is always creativity involved. There isn’t a lot of time in life to really enjoy being here. We work so hard just to play the game; to be cog in the wheel of society. It’s not right. I certainly don’t want to live this way. I’m sure you don’t either. This blog is my way out…I hope
When it comes to blogging, I’m learning as I go. I enjoy the process of writing about subjects that I’m passionate about. I have no business being a blogger because it doesn’t come natural. But I’m doing it anyway! And eventually I will succeed at it. I will succeed because I’m not going to give up.
I want to be doing something that doesn’t steal away all my energy.
Being in a creative space doesn’t take my energy. In fact, it creates it. That’s how I feel when I blog. It’s my answer to happiness. So I guess that’s why I started blogging. As I learn about the wonderful world of blogging, I’ve found some common ideas for success and also words to live by:
- Be patient
- Be true to yourself
Well this is me, myself and I putting it out there. I’ve made this my life goal because it create more room for happiness and experience. More time for my family. More time to live life.
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In closing, let me share a cliche statement with all of you.
“Be the change you want to be.”
It’s as simple as that. There will be obstacles and stresses to get to you there. But I believe that you can find your happiness by changing something in your life. What’s your plan? Let’s start a discussion below. Please share and subscribe in you enjoyed the artical.