6 Reasons How Blogging Gave Me Freedom
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6 Reasons How Blogging Gave Me Freedom

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Arushi Seth

Arushi Seth

I am a content writer by profession and a blogger by passion. Though a MBA by qualification, my most important learning come from my role of a wife and a mother. Motherhood is my new found love and I am enjoying every bit of it.

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    lovely post, I agree blogging, writing gives us the freedom to write, express, learn, read, be creative and much more. It’s our ME place.

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      Well said!! Love the phrase “me place”

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  • Kinshoo

    So resonate with your feelings. Blogging has actually given us all freedom in so many aspects. Financial independence is yet to come for me too. Wish you good luck.

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      All the best to you too!! Hope this one comes soon too!!

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  • Varsha Nitin Gode

    Totally agree to the post dear. Blogging is a free boon to connect with like-minded individuals. I’m happy to find those too. Blogging helped me a lot during my initial city change days post marriage πŸ™‚
    #WeeklyBloghop #bloghop #GWNxMG

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      True.. It is a constant.. Goes with us everywhere and stands by us in all times!! πŸ™‚

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  • Alpana Deo

    Can’t agree more. Writing is a wonderful and very powerful outlet for our thoughts. Sometimes we surprise ourselves. There are so many thoughts that goes on underneath and we don’t know where and how to channelize them. What could be a better way than to pen them down?

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      So true!!! Writing is a great stress buster and a perfect way to channelize our thoughts!!

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  • Ujjwal mishra

    reading your blog is like reading my own mind πŸ™‚

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      Thank you. I guess this is the thought of every passionate blogger. πŸ™‚

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  • Marko Saric

    This is a great post and very true. I feel blogging has opened many of the same doors for me and been such a positive thing in my life. Definitely something I wish more people discover and get benefits from.

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      Thanks for the appreciation. I am glad you feel the same way.

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  • Claire

    I so wish that blogging was as big as it is now when my son was born, I’d of loved to have stayed at home with him and had an outlet in the form of a blog.

    I hope the financial side of blogging works for you soon. Good luck x

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      Thanks for the wishes. πŸ™‚

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  • Neha Sharma

    Same story here, Arushi. I started blogging because I wanted to share my parenting experience with a larger audience, with the like-minded mothers who were struggling with this new phase. Blogging gave me freedom to be me. Wonderful post!

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      Thank you. πŸ™‚

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  • Swarnali

    I loved this post! I could relate with every words! Lovely! πŸ™‚

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      Thank you so much. πŸ™‚

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  • Kala Ravi

    Blogging is a saviour for many of us! I totally endorse all the points you’ve stated in favor of blogging. It is the best place to set yourself free, connect and create!

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      Thank you so much. You have summed it so beautifully, ‘It is the best place to set yourself free, connect and create!’

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  • Narinder Bhatia

    Hi Arushi, that was quite a heartfelt post and for any passionate blogger, the experience is highly satisfying. I can relate a lot when you mention that you experienced a sense of freedom and i believe this is one of the most important factor for many to take up blogging. The freedom to express and share helps release bottled up emotions, if done constructively. There’s just so much more that blogging offers and you have very nicely captured most of them. enjoyed reading your post πŸ™‚

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      Thank you so much for reading and I am glad you enjoyed reading the post!!

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  • abhijit

    All the points you mentioned about blogging are true. It certainly gives freedom to express your thoughts. It is your page, you can argue without being cutoff. You may find like minded people who believe in your way of life. You can blog when you want to and not when some one orders you too. A blogging space is a place of freedom.

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      Cheers to our blog and our freedom. Glad you like the post!!

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  • Leha Divakar

    Our blog is our home, the place where all our thoughts taake shape. Couldn’t agree more

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      Thank you for reading. Glad you like the post!!

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  • PRB

    So glad that blogging helped you reach out and free your mind. I’ve been blogging since a decade and now that I’ve become irregular in posting, I miss it. Keep blogging.
    #ReadByPRB

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      Wow, a decade!! That’s really awesome. Hope you can get back to posting regularly.

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  • Noor Anand Chawla

    Loved the post Arushi! I especially agree with the point about meeting like-minded people!

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      Thanks Noor. πŸ™‚

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  • Jayanthi Manikandan

    Agree with your thoughts 100% percent. I have also never wanted to leave my kids with a nanny, baby sitter or anybody and wanted to work from as well…writing and blogging came to my rescue and here I am today!! πŸ™‚

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      Glad you found the balance with blogging like me. It completes us. Thanks for reading. πŸ™‚

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  • Ritu

    Your post completely resonates with me. I started blogging as a way to take a break from a 12-hour workday. It is a great way to meet like-minded people.

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      Glad the post resonates with you. Thanks for reading. πŸ™‚

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  • Suchita Agarwal

    Such an amazing post. Especially loved the point on freedom to be constructive. Everyone needs a purpose in life and writing is such a gift to have. All the best on your blogging journey πŸ™‚

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      Thank you so much. πŸ™‚

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  • arv

    Many psychologists recommend blogging as it is excellent therapy. Have you thought about that?

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      Never thought about it but for me it certainly is therapy. πŸ™‚

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  • Paresh Godhwani

    I started blogging to Express myself. Freedom to be creative, freedom to try new things and freedom to learn at my pace came along the way. I really enjoy this journey.

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      Same here. Cheers to our freedom!! Thanks for reading. πŸ™‚

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  • Priyal poddar

    Seem like this post is written for me only, my blog is my life, yes I treat my blog as my kid, I write what I feel, what I think. There is no one who can stop me to share my feelings. A place where I can be the real me.

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      I think this post will resonate with all those bloggers who blog because they enjoy and not treat it as a profession and just monetize it. πŸ™‚ Glad you like the post. Thanks πŸ™‚

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  • Aadhirai

    This reminded me of a post I’ve written about two years ago, in which I said this freedom as the main reason for why I started blogging and what keeps my blog alive even after many hibernating spells… All the best.. πŸ™‚

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