I feel like I finally found something that truly make me happy...blogging. Writing in general is my passion, I love writing poems too. I never thought about putting myself on the internet or maybe was I too afraid to? It doesn't matter because I took that leap and now I have my own website. I also think out loud, you can call it talking to myself, I call it a thinking process. When I was younger, I wanted to be judge but, I was clearly on the wrong career path.
Why did I start It's Just Chyna now? Why not? I love this. I'm not afraid to be exactly who I am. It took me a year to design this site exactly how I wanted. To tell people whoever read my blog post who Chyna really is. I'm almost 19 and there is no holding back. I have so many goals for this blog and I can't wait to surpass all of them.
Is this something I can see myself doing in the future?
Absolutely. This isn't just a phase for me, some blogger have been doing it for 10 years and still put out great content. As long as I am staying true to myself and whatever it is that I am doing, I should be fine.
Having a successful blog?
No blog is going to be successful right off the bat, it takes time and a lot of effort to put in something great and get recognition for that. You don't just get to put in something that less than average and expect a lot for what you wrote it doesn't work like that. A good tip that I read somewhere if you're passionate about something you put more effort in to and you would do anything else. Am I afraid of failing? Yes, but if I don't try them that is failing, on the other hand if you try then it isn't feeling it's putting a step forward in the right direction and improving to better yourself so that you can have a successful blog but it does take time. So when all is said and done, you need to be patient and willing to still put your best foot forward.
Am I proud of myself so far?
Yes, because I've come a long way with this blog and with my life. It gets hard being in a wheelchair and I'm proud that I put myself out there in a world that isn't so forgiving, because the internet can be a really judgemental place. I got past that too, I put a blog up... it's been 4 months and I'm not expecting this to be a really famous blog I'm just showing a part of my life and it's through my writing that I'm able to find that pizza and find that happiness.
I totally just gave myself a little interview for this post and I'm not in the least bit ashamed. This was a really fun post to write.