How are you all doing? Hope you are enjoying the process of exploring and working on new ideas just like me.
A couple of weeks back, I posted a blog post in the morning and logged out of my blog. Then I had to go out and so I didn’t check my blog for a long time.
Once I was back home, I tried to login into my blog but I couldn’t. I tried many times but failed. I tried to recover my account by getting a link into my email but nothing worked. I got scared.
Then, I asked my sister to try and login from India and she could do it. Oh, what a relief that was!
When I couldn’t log in, the first time, I thought they must have blocked it from here and felt low. I just couldn’t imagine what I would do without my blog. The pain of losing my blog was beginning to hurt me.
I was trying to come up with different alternatives to get into my blog again. I realized that I really missed my blog and feared the idea of not being able to blog again.
At that moment, I decided that I wouldn’t open another blog again. I went numb thinking about the loss.
That’s also when I realized the importance of creating and building something of my own. I understood the fear of losing something that had been created from scratch.
I recollected all my posts, all the comments, the likes and the community that had been created on my blog. I realised that I had become very attached to it.
As you all know, since last one year, I have been working on building my blog. I have interacted with so many like-minded people through it. I cannot be grateful enough for the identity that this blog has given me.
This incident made me value my blog and my blog-friends even more, and so I want to thank you all for being with me on this journey of self-improvement.
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