Starting My Blog

I must say creating a blog is quite the mental workout! I felt some areas were easier than others. I struggled with adding a theme picture. (My white flower picture) After rereading the directions and paying more close attention to what the directions were explaining it became easier. I feel like with creating a blog it is important to pay attention to detail instead of assuming and just clicking areas. While I was creating my blog I noticed my mind and thinking weren’t focused on what I was doing. I was more focused on how long the process would take to complete setting it up, when would I have the time to continue creating my blog, what homework with the blog will my instructor assign, and I was worried about if I’m creating it right. Yes! Lots of things going on in my head while creating my blog. None of the ideas helped me. Throughout the years I have participated in Dialectal Behavior Therapy classes. For those of you who don’t know what that is, it’s a class teaching individuals how to be grounded in the here and now along with how to cope in tough situations whether it’s mentally or physically. I thank Marsha Linehan for developing such therapy! Using my coping skills I developed over the years to focus back on what I am doing when I was creating my blog, my mind cleared and it became easier! I was more focused and flowed through the creating process faster! Developing my blog I have also learned to ask for help. Asking for help has always been a struggle for me in life. When I do ask for it is always well worth it. So far I enjoy blogging! Thus being the second blog I post I think it is going quite well. In a short period of time, I have learned a little bit about myself. Creating blogs the main thing I ask myself, ‘What do I need to do for myself to focus and write?’

 

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