One year of blogging

On 23rd February 2019, I set up this blog on WordPress. I never imagined that I would come this far. I had been thinking about creating a blog for a long time, but on that day, I just created it and wrote my first post ‘Life’. Though the post contains 5 lines only, it was a big achievement for a beginner who never liked writing. I thought for a long time to write that 5 lines. I created a blog to vent out my feelings and random thoughts which keep blocking my mind.

After one year, I can say that blogging helped me to get rid of those thoughts and relieve myself. Unfortunately, like everything, now I have lost interest in blogging too. I didn’t like writing and still don’t like writing because I am a very lazy guy. I write just to get rid of things that occupy my mind and things that I can’t tell anyone as I have no one to share my feelings. I might be because of a lack of time as I have to go to a job which was not the case when I started this blog.

One reason is that my health is also not good. Seems like life is not in a mood of being in good terms with me. My hemoglobin has fallen to 6.9 grams per deciliter (g/dL) which is very low, according to the doctor. It should be ideally between 13-17 grams per deciliter (g/dL) for a healthy person. The doctor was amazed, how I am able to walk in such a situation when one can’t even stand on feet because of the weakness caused by the lack of blood in the body. He warned me to take care of my health seriously. I never paid attention to my health throughout the life, but now, it seems like it has started showing consequences. The only thing which have kept me going in life is my willpower.

In the end, I want to thank all the bloggers and other people who read and appreciate the blog.

Thank you for tolerating my ranting.


17 thoughts on “One year of blogging

  1. Congratulations Manoj 💐🎉 on your blogs first anniversary. I enjoyed reading your posts on many important subjects such as awareness for women etc. I wish you keep writing. Please take care of your health.

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  2. Congratulations Manoj! Self care is the powerful way to begin to take care others. You’ll get better, it’s simple to rise hemoglobin – Papaya leaf juice. Happy Blogging! 😉

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