Why I share only the Happy Me on my Blog
I often get people who message me asking stuff and sometimes they ask me personal questions when we get to know each other. It’s great and it feels nice to get to know people on a personal level. Which is often the case with blogs.
It’s nice when people share their personal life on their blog so you get to know the person behind the blog. My friends also encourage me to share more about the real me on my blogs so people get to know the real me.
The truth is, I’ve always been a very closed person. I don’t openly share things about myself with strangers or people unless I get to know them. That’s how I was raised far away from home. To keep things to myself and learn to deal with it alone.
You see, I started this blog not to share my personal stuff. I shared this blog to share about my cake and food journey and I did not want people to come to my blog to hear how bad things are around me
I wanted people to come to me because they see me as a mentor or as a big sister. A big sister who showed them how to cook good food for the family, as a mentor who helped as a guide in their cake decorating journey.
The other truth is, I come to write my blog when I am happy. When I am feeling like a mentor who has a new recipe or tutorial to share. So I have this cap of a leader on my head. I made an amazing cake – come let me show you how I did it? You know?
It does not mean I am faking it or pretending the other stuff doesn’t exist. It’s just that my blog is my happy place where I can keep all the other stuff away and be the ‘me’ I want to be. One that makes a difference in peoples lives.
I would very much like to share more about myself, about my family and about our life with my blog friends so I decided I will do that in an individual post like this one and not mix it up with the regular happy place.
So from now on if you want to know more about the real me and my life you can find these personal post in the about me section. These will not be sent to you by email in the newsletter as well.