Rory, of A Guy Called Bloke has asked us these questions;
QQ: How Important To You Is It To Make An Impact?
The aim in my mind when I started blogging, was to make a difference. So yes it is very essential to me that what I say has an impact on my readers.
Initially, I only used to write on my niche subjects and that was working well with my plan. I wanted to address issues relating to women over the age of 50, which included diet, ,personnel care, hobbies and tackling empty nest syndrome.
As I started to interact with my fellow bloggers and came to know about different prompts, either daily or weekly; I attempted doing them and to my surprise I found that I could do that too, that meant writing short stories and poems. In doing these prompt posts, for a time I felt that I wasn’t paying much attention to my chosen subjects and this made me rethink my strategy. I even engaged in a discussion with my fellow bloggers as to whether I am posting too many time and what advice they would give me. You can read about it here. Anyway, after this I have, even when writing on prompts, to try to stay close to my niche subjects.
I hope that my writing is making people think. I hope that what I try to relate finds a home in the minds of my readers and has some impact. As this is the aim of my blog.
QQ: So Blog Aside, Who Are You, Really?
So Rory has asked us to share who we really are, outside our blog.
Do I have a different persona when I am not Sadje, the blogger?
I don’t think that I am different from what you guys see here. It is true that my name is a pseudonym, which I have assumed to be anonymous and I haven’t revealed much personal details about me and my family in my blog, but personality wise, I am what I write. I am that clumsy, optimistic, person who tries to find silver linings in every situation. Who feels that we should be upfront and honest about our feelings. Who has very strong objections about social injustice and wants people to take note of the people suffering around them.
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