Scrolling up and down my Twitter feeds I found one entry that immediately caught my attention,
The Edublogger's Blogging Club of 2017 starts TOMORROW! Get weekly blogging prompts, free! https://t.co/UcX6yR9PQI— edublogs (@edublogs) 2 de enero de 2017
At the moment I first read about the #EdublogsClub initiative, some basic questions arouse: Is this intended for beginners / amateurs or "professional" bloggers? Is this my chance to develop a habit for blogging? I am currently on holidays, Will I have the time to sit down and think about the prompts?
That was like four days ago. I had the time to give it a thought. So, here I am, prompt 1: my blog story. I feel I have nothing more than a commonplace to write about prompt 1, so I decided not to bore you (if I happen to have a reader) Instead, I will make a confession: I´m here to learn from the community and to try (one more time) to develop a habit into blogging.
I am currently facing a crisis. Some time ago I found this quote by Umberto Eco:
I am an admirer of his work, he was one of the greatest thinkers of our era, and his words came down on me like a ton of bricks right on my head, until I learned about the impostor syndrome while reading Ronnie´s post "Should I blog or should I blog". Why wouldn´t I give it a try? Whether my posts are popular or not, my success indicator should be suitable to my learning process than to others expectations. So, my challenge would be to exceed my own current limitations and make a great effort to exit the comfort zone.