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Just because you aren’t seen doesn’t mean you aren’t doing great

I love looking from my current location toward the city centre. The huge skyscrapers huddled together in a space 1cm across. In that space are what, tens of thousands of people? Hundreds of thousands? 


Each pixel will possess hundreds of unique stories. The people in there doing fantastic or inspirational things with fascinating life stories. But from here, what makes one pixel different to the last? Nothing. It all blends into one as if those stories aren’t there.

Do you wish your blog was viewed more? More likes and interaction? More people appreciating the hard work and effort put in and the incredible stories you have to share? Those people are out there, they just can’t appreciate it if you are out of view. 

Imagine this skyline at night with all the lights turned off. Every blog post turns a light on in your building, one by one. Eventually that building will be seen for miles and miles and will get heads turning. It may become the most noticeable building out there. That’s a bit like blogging in my opinion. Keep posting and keep switching those lights on, sooner or later your audience will have little reason to look anywhere other than your way. 

Keep blogging!

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    • If you don’t want to blog too frequently, that’s cool. If it’s because you don’t know what to write about, I bet you have plenty of stories! The recent wildfires, stories from growing up, maybe stick to the atheism theme and any recent news that might link in with that. It just depends if you are more of a reader or a writer!

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    • I guess it depends on what it is you’re linking. I have sourced books and blog posts in the past, however I’m not entirely sure as to what is accepted. I guess if you quote the source it should be fine!

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