Reflections on My Blogging Journey

As the end of my social media class approaches, I find myself surprised by every post I’ve written. As I’ve said before, I’ve always wanted to share my experiences with a broader audience, yet I have always found myself making excuses until now. This post reflects on the entire writing process and experience, but I want to emphasize that this is not the end of my blog—it’s just the beginning. I am excited to continue sharing the lessons I’ve learned and my adventures in life with the hope of helping others who can identify with my stories.

Throughout this journey, I have realized that to reach a broader audience, I must promote my blog on my social media channels. Writing this blog has allowed me to become a more authentic version of myself, revealing the transparency that many employers might not see in an interview. It has taught me that it is okay to be vulnerable and reminded me that we all have experiences that shape us into better versions of ourselves. I have discovered the power of storytelling and how sharing even the smallest moments can resonate deeply with others. This process has also shown me the importance of consistency and commitment, as each post required thought, effort, and a piece of my heart.

Additionally, I am excited to continue putting myself for stepping out of my comfort zone and putting myself out there. I’m also grateful to my classmates who commented on my posts and took the time to read them. This assignment has motivated me to continue this journey, enhance my website, and keep learning about life, both professionally and personally. This blog has been a transformative experience, and I’m excited to see where this journey will take me next. Thank you for being part of it, and I look forward to sharing more with you all in the future. 

One Response

  1. I can relate to the self reflecting journey that this blog project made you go through. I too had the same experience and I’m grateful for the experience of utilizing this site for the first time.

    It is not easy to be personal and vulnerable online so I love your ending quote!

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