100 posts, 100 stories and thoughts
I have been just checking my blog and I realized that I am going to write my 100th post and it is worth to celebrate!
I still remember the time when I was pregnant and I was thinking what would be the best way to remember, to share and not to forget all the moment I am going through. And in that moment Carlos gave me the guidance and persuaded me to start my blog. Just do it! Try it and you will see! And I did, and now I have already my online diary book, my mumteaching sharing space, my educational tips and educative articles. All what I want to have is part of my stories. I increased the readers base from the 75 readers in the Feb 2009 to the 1400 readers in March 2010. I got many positive replies and I wish to have more and more happy readers who can read life stories, who can learn and challenge themselves.
I just see that behind every success is hidden little failure. In my case it is reality that I started to fill the ordinary book “My baby life” for Edie and I will never finish it. But on the other hand I created and devoted this blog mostly to him 🙂
I have learned that many successful things are hiding big failures behind. But if you think how babies are learning, then you can learn from them a lot. Because they are learning by doing many mistakes. And curiously for every their failure they got appreciated and awarded by us, parents. Because by every mistakes they do they improve and move forward. When I see Edie how he is learning to walk. How many times he falls down on the ground and then he stands up. How he is playing and fighting with spoon in his hand and instead of his mouth he reaches his eye, his ear but he keeps trying to feed himself. And you can see that by doing failures he is understanding more and more the connections and he is improving much faster than those who are just sitting and doing nothing.
So I am simply happy that I have started this blog and that I failed by writing book. Because through my blog I can share with all of you what is happening in my family life. What I have learned and what I explored and invented.
Advice: “Anything worth doing well is worth doing poorly at first. “ (said: Dan Miller)
That is wisdom for all ages. We need to accept failure as a friend who is honest enough to tell us that we still need to work harder, listen to others, think more clearly, and learn more information. Failure has something to teach us every time. That’s what make people successful — learning from mistakes and persevering to the goal.
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