Zero to Hero: What turned me into a “blogger”.

Zero to Hero, Day Three: A Penny for Your thoughts:

So, you blog now?

What was on my mind when I started this blog?  I have no idea!  At the time I was mad at life.  Not in the “woe is me” kind of way.  I just found myself focusing on all the little things throughout my day.  Mainly at work, since it takes a large percentage of our lives.  I remember saying to myself “I hate my job!”  As soon as I said that another voice slapped me upside the head.  “I don’t hate my job.  I love what I do”.  I just let all the little things build up to the point that I couldn’t focus on each problem / solution.  It was just a big jumble of AHHHH!  It was amazing how just after the first few posts my mind was more at ease.  I have always known that writing was a kind of self-therapy however never thought that was for me.  Besides, it’s not me, it’s everybody else right?

Ok, that’s it?  You’re just going to tell us about what made you mad at work? BORING!

Looking back, yes that can be boring.  However it’s the sharing part that can be interesting.  The moment that made me realize there may be more to this that just the work rant, is when I started reading other blogs.  Hearing the stories from others can bring you back to earth (or whatever planet you may be from.)  You start to find that you are not the only one going through this crazy life.

So what is umadyet?

Here’s where I think it gets interesting.  There are things in our day-to-day lives that we just accept.  We’re either too busy, too accepting or just plain numb.  I hope to look deeper into the events that we just “write off” and maybe bring myself and others to speak up about it.

So, are umadyet?

Being that this is a community, I do hope to hear from you as well.  Something personal in your life, a news story or anything else you’ve experienced.   Feel free to comment below. You can also visit me on Facebook or Google+ to share what made you bonkers.


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  1. #1 by wantaps on April 29, 2014 - 7:30 am

    I sort of wanted to create a blog so I can also say my negative thoughts but then it turns out that my blog helps me to be positive… I’m interested on other things you can share…. Will look forward for more of your posts. 🙂


    • #2 by umadyet on April 29, 2014 - 9:41 pm

      Exactly! At the beginning I thought I would have all kinds of “rants” about things. I’ve now found after a few posts that I’m less ticked about things. Back to the everything’s ok mindset. Yet, I know there are things we’ve all become to complacent over. So, I’m trying to calm down yet raise the anger level at the same time. Thanks for following me on this journey!


      • #3 by wantaps on April 29, 2014 - 10:04 pm

        Right! Then blogging is a good outlet for both of us! Thanks for following me, too!


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