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I had been blogging for more than 2 weeks straight now and I feel so exhausted.

It’s not that, I no longer enjoy my new kind of job that I currently have.

I just badly need a T-sign in my life.

Do know what that is?

That’s simply a…


Giving yourself a break doesn’t mean you are quitting, but rather you want to restore more energy.

So that, on that next day you can now continue with your project (blogging).

Through blogging, I felt like I was back to being a student again.

I imagined myself as being the student and my readers are my teachers.

In some ways,

They taught me different things.

  • The Art of Ignoring

Well guess what, we also did it. Right?

We are tired and exhausted from work, so we just scroll up & down to check what’s new on our feed.

Out of boredom, we kept on viewing without even liking or commenting.

We are just not in the mood to write it down in the comment section.

  • The Art of Liking

This is for the people who are also busy, but want to show some appreciation to your work. So they gave you lots of like, which for me wasn’t bad at all.

  • The Art of Commenting

Finally, I received some people who really took their time in giving some feedback of what I post.

All of them made an impact to my life, just in different ways.

They taught me how to be patient and positive.

But most of all, to be determined!

How about you?

What lessons have you gained from them?

Share it below!

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Author: Zandra L.

A writer and a manager by accident.

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