Why do I blog?

I started blogging when I first found out about Friendster. lol.

But, even before I started blogging online. I already have a diary where I write everything that happened to me and how I felt about it. Either I’m happy, psyched or sad. I write about it. I started when I was 9 years old. Β I guess, that’s just my way of releasing things out of my emotional system. So now that we have the new technologies and my permanship is not really good. I realized that it’s time for me to let go of my notebooks and try writing online. Other people who feels the same way like I do will be able to read it and give me advices or sympathize with me.

Yes, I write almost about everything under the sun. Β I remembered when I had a really rough time about my career. I let it all out through my writings. I think, I loved writing about love. Everytime I write about love, it always gives me a really euphoric feeling that I don’t want to get out from. I guess, I’m best when I write about love. I’ll continue to write about love no matter what happens. Sometimes, I write about personal things, my day, my new adventures and the things that made me happy and sad all at the same time. I don’t know why but I don’t really like it when some of my friends or persons I know can read my posts. I prefer those persons that I have no idea about because knowing someone can relate to you is really an encouraging feeling. Especially, knowing that you can reach those other people with your emotions and ideas. Β I blog because I Β want to capture my life if not through pictures at least through words and emotions. When I write, I become another person.

I can’t really say that I’m a blogger and I don’t want to be called one. I think, not all bloggers are writers. Sometimes, they just blog even though it’s not really making any sense or they blog to bully people online. I think to be called a writer is better than being called a blogger.

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