Another Blogging Milestone

Yesterday, Diary of an Introverted Schmuck crosses 2000 views.


The biggest thanks to everyone who has played a part in convincing me to start blogging and everyone who convinced me to continue when I wanted to quit.

The other biggest thank you to every person who has ever bothered to read any post on my blog, bothered to like, to comment and to follow Diary of an Introverted Schmuck.

This is such a big deal because I never believed I would actually last this long. I know I’m repeating myself. But it’s the tenth month since I started blogging and I’m still posting and that us a big deal for me 🙂

There are so many times when I almost gave up. Last month being one very good example.

My shitty scary schedule left me with no time to blog and that made me wonder if my blogging days were over.

But it’s Jan now and I’m back.

The thing that has happened is that blogging has become a part of me. It is something I enjoy and it is something that makes me feel worthy. I love that feeling, of having something to do.

I don’t think I could live without blogging now. It is so important to me.

So thank you, all you great people for bringing me here! 


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Noor Dhingra
    Jan 18, 2015 @ 17:22:48

    Congratulations! Never stop writing.



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