Blogmas Day 2: The Addiction of Beginning Again

 

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Just Some Pretty Flowers To Make Your Day Better

So this subject is very close to my heart. TurtlesLittleAdventures is actually the fourth blog I’ve started and it’s the only one I’ve made more than 2 posts for and actually posted them. You see I have an addiction to beginning again. I start a lot of things, and I rarely finish them. I have this fear of trying, you can never fail if you never try right? The thing is you can never succeed either. This was originally going to be my first ever post on this blog, but you guessed it I started something else first

 

I’ve been wondering why it is that I never want to finish anything or stick with it long enough to see results, whether that be weight loss or watching a movie I can never seem to stick to the end. Even this post seems to want to not finish itself.

Surprisingly the thing, or more accurately person, that kicked my butt into actually starting and continuing this post, is Alfie Deyes and Zoe Sugg. Their constant commitment to each other and their careers inspires me to continue fighting for what I want, and I know it may seem stupid, what I really want is to write. It’s something that I’ve loved since about 4th grade. It was something I was good at and that people responded to in a way that made me feel as though I might do something with my life instead of working a 9 to 5 job living to work instead of working to live.

My addiction to beginning again is a serious one, and I’ve decided to tackle it head on. Today, starting with this post, I’m going to finish everything I start. Hopefully beginning with Blogmas.

After all, all big things start out small.

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One thought on “Blogmas Day 2: The Addiction of Beginning Again

  1. When it comes to blogging, I’ve never finished what I start. I recently made this very same commitment to myself in March of this year. I’ve owned numerous blogs and even gave up on one 150 posts in!! While I’m not proud of this, I am proud that I’ve gotten the courage to start again.

    The thing is, I think I gave up because I was doing it alone. Know I’m here if you’re feeling down and I’ll help you keep going. Why? Because that’s always what I need to keep going and I’m a firm believer in paying it forward.

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