MOVE ON means DON’T LOOK BACK! Don’t Look At Your Old Blog!


A few days ago WordPress sent me a 3- year-notification in WordPress. I still could recall how I decided to delete all my old blogs and started the new and only one… but then it was only last for a month until I decided to make another new one for a different topic which I have two blogs now.

I do realize that I am one of the many interest and passions type people. After I passed these three years until the notification I just got a few days ago, it was like a shooting reminder for my other blog which I almost never touch at all after a few posts.

MOVE ON means DON'T LOOK BACK! Don't Look At Your Old Blog!

I know there is no right or wrong to do more than one blog. It’s all about how much time you can decide to do them, but I had this dilemma; First issue, I don’t want to waste my other blog like nothing but I also don’t want to delete it. Second, I still think if I delete it, it would be like limiting my interest. Third, I still think I should delete the other blog and focus with this blog. Four, I find it very difficult to keep up. Fifth, I have no idea what to do about all of this blog matter.

I looked back to my five dilemmas, then I realized that the most difficult of all is the move on the part. I am like I am barely able to do it, but I am afraid about what I would feel after I delete it. Would I be able to accept and not think about it anymore? Or would I stuck in the middle of my remorse? And there are more useless thought.

The same thing goes as you travel through life, there are always those times when decisions just have to be made; when the choices are hard and solutions seem scarce, and the rain seems to soak your parade. There are some situations where all you can do is to simply let go and move on, gather courage together and choose a direction that carries you toward a new dawn.

Everything seems difficult and hard because you look it like that way. Yet if you could try to pack up your troubles and take a step forward. The process of change can be tough, but think about all the excitement ahead. There could be adventures you never imagined just waiting around the next bend – And wishes and dreams just about to come true in ways you can’t yet comprehend.

Perhaps you’ll find friendships that spring from new interests as you challenge your status quo, and you learn there are so many options in life and so many ways you can grow. Or you will go places you never expected and see things you’ve never seen – or travel to fabulous faraway worlds and wonderful spots in between. Perhaps you’ll find warmth and affection and caring – A “somebody special” who’s there to help you stay centered and listen with interest to stories and feelings you share.

Perhaps you’ll find comfort in knowing your friends are supportive of all that you do – and believe that whatever decisions you make, they’ll be the right choices for you. So keep putting one foot in front of the other, and taking your life day by day. There’s a brighter tomorrow that’s just down the road, DON’T LOOK BACK, you’re not going that way.

THE MUSINGS

I think I just found the conclusion for myself. This is how a blog should work. It makes me write so I would understand about stuffs. So I guess today is the day. I finally come to a conclusion. I’m going to move the posts from the other blog to somewhere, delete its blog and MOVE ON! Am I worrying that I would think about it later? As I see the picture above, I realized that it would look like a blur moving step. It was there, but it would be disappear by times as its move on.

Gosh

I am a language trainer based in Jakarta, Indonesia. I love traveling, like a lot. I enjoy walking around, language immersion in different places, have a cup of coffee at some unfamiliar coffee shop, embrace the history or art in many different museums. I love coming across people and blending with new culture. I like having conversations with new people, blogging the stories and inspire people.

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