Blogging Insights – Real life Inspo

Tanya is our host from Blogging Insights series

She says;

For this month I am going to try something new on Blogging Insights. For the next four weeks we will discuss different aspects of the same theme : Blogging Inspiration. We have discussed what inspires us earlier on this platform. This time let’s do it in a little more detail. So here goes:


Do real life events and real people inspire your blog posts, and how?


My short answer is that I do take my inspiration from real life. And I think most bloggers do that.

My blog is a recording of what I feel and experience. Though I don’t do it in a journal-style but it is a reflection of what I am feeling. Whatever is happening around me influences me and I write directly or indirectly about it.

Though I do write in response to many prompts, the predominant strain underneath my writing is how I am feeling, which in turn is greatly the after-effect of what I am experiencing.

I feel very strongly about climate change issues, women’s rights, rights of unrepresented and underprivileged communities, and the discrimination of people on basis of race and religion. I try to find the commonalities among the different cultures and write about the need for acceptance.

In a world that is facing division on basis of race and religion, I feel that as a blogger I should do my part in trying to bring people closer.


Many thanks, Tanya for continuing this discussion.




25 thoughts on “Blogging Insights – Real life Inspo

  1. I think you sound like an ENFP (as am I!). And how can anyone write with great passion about something for which they feel no great passion? Maybe that’s why I don’t write fiction – I prefer to hear peoples’ truths in an authentic way. Thank you for sharing.

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