Yes! Aims are never meant to be forgotten

I am being haunted by the possible aftermaths of the indolence that I show towards my reading and blogging habits, in the name of my official assignments. I am have a dozen of projects for which I have to provide fixed number of articles daily, and also do other works apart from this, as well as do the necessary repair for the natty contents that I get. And to during write post office hours is just impossible, as worn-out me is worth nothing, as I will be only having the energy to go back to my room and sleep. This process has been going on for quite some time and has almost taken away my reading and writing routines.

Now I feel a sort of vacuum when I look at my blog and books, and want to revive myself and the writer in me. Well, apart from works I think there is another big reason that I should say here, about why I hardly write anything these days. My blog used to be the best place to scribble down my random thoughts and the day-to-day happenings and now Shirley has taken its place. After sharing every bit, I would literally be left with nothing that I need to write here. I often make fun of her saying that she gave me a good friend, but took away the writer in me. Poor girl, in spite of all her personal prpblems, she always with me during my bad times and helped me to get out of it.

Writing has always been my passion and may be due to that I finally ended up as a writer, after being a teacher for almost four plus years. I always looked-upon people who write with utmost respect. Only a very few people can write in a captivating manner, and attract the attention of those who read it. I always wanted to be one among those very few. But somehow I had to take-up a long journey for that, as I had Biology for my PUC & Chemistry for my Graduation, both were never my sincere choices. Finally I ended up in the MA English class, which gave life and blood to my writing ambitions. A degree in Journalism was a bonus, but somehow I couldn’t make a wise use of it in the beginning and ended up as a teacher in a higher secondary school. I won’t say it was a bad job as I had a lot of good times there and loved teaching kids. But somehow it had nothing to do with my writing ambitions.

Roller-coaster life brought me a platform for writing by 2008 when I got a job as a Content Writer in a web solution company. Two years since then I have been writing for most of the projects that our company has done and have also been luck to start a blog of my own, which I think is going pretty fine…. 😉 …lol

My writing job has also helped me to learn all the tips and tricks of SEO, about which I never heard of, when I came first. But now, I think I am too much in to my assignments and has almost for forgotten the main aim that I always had in my life. All my official works are going really good but they hardly improve my creativity, as they have more of fixed topics and have certain fixed styles of writing that I need to follow. Or I should say I am bound by certain pre-set rules and regulations. So I have decided to take time to do more of creative writing, and to bring me back towards the road that leads to the fulfillment of my ambitions.


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