Originally Posted by Andrew Gubb
Hey Roxy, I admire how you've done. I've been blogging for more than a year, though I wasn't doing it that well, haha. I haven't really earnt anything at all. But I don't count it as a failure in any way; I've been learning how to blog and how not to blog, how to write, how to please my readers, how to take my work seriously and how not to take it seriously, how to focus on contribution and how to avoid feeding the ego with what I write, how to be nice and to stop shutting myself off from the world (well I was working on that all this last year, in and out of my blog, I'm so happy I'm making such large strides). Particularly I'm seeing nowadays that I really need to think of my business as a business and not as some game. Due to my lack of rootedness I actually seemed to have some fear of getting "real" and doing something that would matter in the real world... like this inability to really force my presence into the physical plane... i'm so happy flapping around in the celestial planes, lol, but that's not possible when I have an Earth persona to nurture.
So no failure. Just lessons
That's ok Andrew. But I don't have a job. I live with my parents. So I have an advantage that I've been doing this sort of full time for a year.
Do you have a job or something?
So I'm lucky that I can work on my online stuff all the time, although I'm poor and do not do the spending and fun that most girls my age in this country are!
So I'm sort of "building my business" at the expense of "not having a real life" LOL ^ ^