I was tagged by Shalini to write this post.
There have been several interesting discussions that I’ve been a part of over the last few months. From brainstorming on mojo content to figuring out the importance of one’s digital identity, blogging today is growing by leaps and bounds. Bloggers have conquered mountains, set forth sailing across the seven seas, and writers, storytellers, entrepreneurs are springing up rapidly.
For me, my digital identity is in a constant state of flux, and no, it needn’t always be the ‘perfect me’. If it’s me, it’s got to be the good, the bad, the ugly (heaven yes!), the necessary and superfluous. No one is perfect, so why should my digital self bear the burden of maintaining a ‘socially-approved’ persona?! So when I ask myself about taking my blog to the next level, it must be an endeavour that’s worth it. My blog must be a work of art, a true labour of love. I want my blog as a medium to push myself, my boundaries, test my limitations. Whether as a repository of my published articles or my random ramblings, it’s my rock, my keepsake.
I now tag Romspeaks to write her take on this topic.
I want to take my blog to the next level with Blogchatter.