I logged into my blog after a long while only to find that have been given a unexpected surprise.. The Blogger Achievement Award!. With joy and happiness, what also came to my mind was a thought that in your pursuit to achieve something despite all the hindrances, you will always find people who will motivate you in their own ways. Many a times this motivation comes unexpectedly. So thank you Sarah for giving me this award! I am so glad that you found my blog interesting. Sarah herself has a great blog. It’s straightforward with uncanny humor. .
Blogger Recognition Award is how bloggers are recognized by other fellow blogger in the Wordpress sphere. This is done by a blogger nominating 8 other bloggers (you can do more if you want) who he/ she thinks deserve to be promoted and then they write a post on this with links to those bloggers. Linked bloggers celebrate this award and nominated their 8 and the chain continues. This way good blogs are celebrated and bloggers receive recognition.
Here are the rules to participate for participating in this award. (as copied from Sarah’s recognition post.)
- Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide a link to their blog.
- Write a post to show your award.
- Attach the award to the post.
- Give a brief story of how your blog started.
- Give a piece of advice or two to new bloggers.
- Select 15 other blogs you want to give the award to.
- Comment on each blog and let them know you have nominated them & provide a link to the award post you created.
How did it all start?
Somewhere around last year the desire to manifest my thoughts became really strong. I wanted to share my observations, anecdotes, experiences and perceptions with the world. Also this blog was first steps towards becoming a writer and felt that maintaining a blog will give me the much required learning platform and maybe someday a testing ground.
As a piece of advice I would like to say that strike a balance between what you want to say and how appealing it is to your audience. Always strive to reach that sweet spot! When done with writing your post, before posting reading it once like you are reading someone else’s work. That way you become a better critique of your work.
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