Blogging Makes You Feel Good and Be Good

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We live to express and write to make this expression stay even when not around. Let's not think that if we write, it will be remembered for centuries. But, while we are there and have a presence on the web, why don't we make an impression that will at least identify us as someone who can express ourselves well?

This blog is to recall the EduSoMedia blogs and one of the students who joined the blogging journey in the 2010s. Atulpriya Sharma aka Atul Maharaj, and now Social Maharaj is a leading blogger in the country. He has made his footprints on the world map as well, by travelling as a technology geek and bringing a lot of travel blogs for us. He joined blogging when he was a student and the whole credit, appreciation and wonder belongs to him only. I am just a proud teacher - or - THE PROUD TEACHER for him. 

What was true in the first decade of this century stands more valid even in the third decade of the 21st century. Anyone who is on the internet is a blogger. They may write one word or a page; they may post photos on Instagram or publish their reels and shorts elsewhere. It is a world of people who express themselves to the maximum. There js. no division between the resourceful and the normal person having a simple life. Anyone with internet and intent is a blogger now. However, there are millions, who could have been good contributors, but alas, they chose not to!

The sadness is due to the ocean of worthless content on the web. This disappointment is generated when expressAble minds stay away and less mature people play with the available space. Hence, here is a shoutout to all of you, who can think, read and of course write something. Join this world of blogging. You may not be known to everyone in the world but you are not there to be known to everyone either. The best thing would be to make your own world, your own friends, family and partners proud of you, through your writing. 

There are personal benefits of blogging that we can easily relate to as mental health and a good circle of encouraging audience. Besides, professional benefits are unending when you decide to make an impressive online reputation by contributing to the web, not consuming. As a writer or digital content creator, along with any job or study you are doing right now, you can add a new dimension to your career. It can even be an alternative career (not as an influencer) as a thinker who posts online but makes a larger impact in face-to-face interactions. Consider online content sharing as your practice field and post your raw ideas in a way that you can analyse them to reach a final thought. 

Here are some benefits of 'Blogging' and these have been curated through various AI tools like ChatGPT and MS CoPiolet. You can see that it will always be a human mind, who can write like a human.

ChatGPT Version:

First, blogging gives you a voice. You can share your thoughts, ideas, and stories with the world. Whether it’s about your favourite video game, a book you love, or a cool DIY project, your blog is your space to shine. Plus, it feels awesome when people read and appreciate what you write!

Second, blogging helps you connect with others. When you share your experiences and interests, you’ll find others who feel the same way. It’s like making new friends online who enjoy the same things you do. How cool is that?

Next, blogging improves your skills. Writing regularly makes you a better writer. You also learn how to think more clearly and express yourself more effectively. Plus, you can pick up new skills like photography, graphic design, or even coding!

Lastly, blogging is a fantastic way to express yourself and relieve stress. Had a tough day? Write about it. Feeling happy? Share your joy. Blogging is like talking to a friend who’s always there to listen.

MS CoPiolet Version:

Discovering Your Voice

Blogging is like having a conversation with the world. It’s a space where you can express your thoughts, share your experiences, and connect with others. Whether you’re passionate about travel, food, or fashion, blogging allows you to find your unique voice and share it with an audience.

Creative Outlet

Writing blog posts is a creative outlet that lets you explore your imagination. You can experiment with different writing styles, play with words, and create something entirely your own. Plus, designing your blog layout and choosing images adds an artistic touch to your online space.

Community and Support

Blogging connects you with like-minded individuals. You’ll find communities of people who share your interests, whether it’s book reviews, gaming, or DIY projects. The support and encouragement from fellow bloggers can boost your confidence and motivate you to keep writing.

Learning and Growth

Researching topics for your blog posts expands your knowledge. Whether you’re diving into history, science, or personal development, blogging encourages continuous learning. Plus, receiving feedback from readers helps you improve your writing skills.

A Positive Impact

Your blog can make a difference. Whether you’re raising awareness about social issues, sharing uplifting stories, or providing helpful tips, your words have the power to inspire, educate, and spread positivity.

So, young bloggers, embrace the keyboard, let your creativity flow, and remember: blogging isn’t just about writing; it’s about feeling good and making a mark on the digital canvas!

About the Author
Author: Parveen Sharma Website:
'You Create Yourself' is the belief that drives EklavyaParv! It is a Life Long Learning Mission with firm belief in the philosophy of Eklavyaism. We share learning on Communication Skills, EdTech, Life Skills, Blended & Innovative Learning and Insights about Career, Skills and Lifelong learning. Founded by Parveen Sharma, EklavyaParv is part of various pioneering initiatives like EduSoMedia, EduPodcasts, PodMOOCs and Skill-ogy. He is a faculty of English, Communication Skills with globally acknowledged expertise in EdTech and Innovative Teaching. You can listen to his podcasts on all leading platforms.