Have been blogging in Chinese recently. So, it’s time for some English.
Yeah… Blogging in English is actually so much faster/easier for me.
Just that… sometimes it’s easier for us to relate ourselves to the things/events that are written in Chinese. And sometimes I just felt like blogging in Chinese… in order to precisely and concisely express my feelings at the moments.
Browsed around the Net lately, and saw a lot of bloggers talked/wrote about the anti-Japan issue in China. Maybe it’s because I’m located far across the ocean, I can’t really feel how intense it is yet.
Feeling tired these few days (again?!),
thought of a lot of things to write,
started writing/blogging on some topics,
but none of them got finished.
Yes, lots of ideas…
but ideas never get translated into actions.
When I first encountered the Online Diary long time ago,
I thought it was a stupid idea…
Who would want to post their diary online?
Who would like to read someone’s diary?
But gradually, this diary idea has a nice camouflage…
Blog, which came from web-log.
A lot of people started to keep their web-log.
Keeping the web-log then became blogging.
Yes, I do have to admit that I’m quite into blogging.
Otherwise, I wouldn’t be able to keep blogging almost every other day since I started in Oct. Count, count, count… oh my god. It’s been over half a year already!
Blogging should be fun, should be spontaneous in certain sense,
Most importantly, blogging should present no pressure to the blogger.
But keeping a blog can incur invisible pressure.
Pressure that came from having the discipline of keep blogging.
Someone said if you can keep doing a thing for 3 months,
you can establish a habbit and keep it up after 3 months.
I agree. The first 3 months are the most crucial parts.
But I’ve already passed that stage.
Sometimes, I even thought I should get this blog hosted.
Because Blogger is so cramped lately.
But I’m afraid that someday I would suddenly out of ideas.
Or… to be exact, out of the discipline to translate ideas into actions and words.
Another thing is…
The more blogs I read, the worse I feel about my blog.
This little Greyish Marz is neither informative, nor entertaining.
The design and the writing skills were just so raw/rough.
I am surprised it still has some readers.
To those who are reading this right now… Thanks!