In the democracy of the internet, anyone can publish themselves. No guarantee anyone will read it, but think the process of writing is what gives me joy. Publishing is the final stage of the writing process. The internet affords one an easy quick route to publication.
Face to face communication is the best way to communicate, but there are other modes.
And if people don't like what you have to say, well, they just don't tune in. No harm no foul. I enjoy reading the subjective personal narrative, and I enjoy expressing my personal narrative.
Started a gratitude blog to express my gratitude. Gratitude is a way of putting your mind into an appreciative place.
I haven't been posting as much on my mental health blog, but I did recently.
Perhaps sports is a false refuge, but I like my male soap opera, so I created a sports blog. "He made his appearance at the fields of sports and in the casinos, but his aim was always to mature those people who were attached to games and gambling." (quoted from Vimalakirti-Nirdesa in Inconceivable Emancipation p. 46)
Some culture ideas I have doesn't have a Buddhist twist, so I created a cultural blog.
I love hiking, so I created a hiking blog.
I love Wafa's, a Turkish restaurant, so I created a fan blog for it. They have great vegetarian food.
I spent more time blogging about my sons when they were small, but I still hope to blog more about them.
My partner is awesome, so I created a tribute blog, that also has buddhist pictures. I repost cool quotes, and Buddhist pictures. I put my own pictures up of her, and the flowers I send her.
Hope you like them!