Have you ever feel apprehensive in front of someone just because you are not fluent in English, well today I am sharing my acquaintance.
Let me tell you I am not an expert in English but I always used to write quotes on Twitter, and one day a friend suggested me to start blogging.
At first, I laughed then I told to him ” don’t you know that I am not good in English and you are asking me to start blogging, you are such a stupid , bas majak udhao mera ☹️”
But then that night was not easy for me because I was waiting to start something which could make me feel better about myself
Then finally I started blogging on parenting & on food and I got a very good response from the audience on my blog and one day I got the opportunity to participate in food blogging contest which gave me the confidence to work hard. As I have chosen for the early bird’s category and for women’s web award nomination among top 20 food bloggers which was a big achievement for me.
Though I missed my chance to be in the winning list, I was happy because my name was among some top bloggers.
From that day I never looked back in my life. I read blogs, trying talking with my daughter in English, and I really don’t feel shame about it, I feel everyone is a learner and not a perfectionist. So it’s never late to learn anything.
I believe and follow this that the more we read, write, practice & talk, the more fluent we will be. This 18 months of blogging has changed me a lot as a person and has given me a new prospective to look forward to.
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