Cheila nominated me for the Crammed in Awards a while aback. Pink for Days is an awesome blog and I suggest you pay a visit if you haven’t done so already.
Since this blog is awards free, I’m just going to do away with the rules and answer her questions (I hope this is okay, Cheila) 🙂
Tell me how awesome you are. What do you do better than anyone else? What do you love about yourself?
I am a notorious speed reader (by mouth and by eyes) and I use this to my advantage whenever I read books, the dailies, and even blogs. When I was in school, my classmates would nominate me to read whenever the teacher asks for a volunteer. I won’t say I do that better than anyone else, but I bet I can match Spencer Reid!
Ah, forget it! I haven’t read 5 books in a week since I’ve begun working. My glorious reading days are over!
I love EVERYTHING about myself. Even the flaws. It makes me who I am.
I was also nominated for the Blogger Recognition Award by the awesome that diary and the wonderful Navvirk. Their posts are always a joy to read and if you’re in need some upliftment, you’ll certainly love their blogs. Thank you, ladies 🙂
Again, I’ll be doing away with the rules since this blog is awards free. Alright, let’s get to it:
How my blog got started?
The story behind the blog’s name is quite a funny one. Anyway, I only had one blog aback in 2012 where I focused on football.
I don’t have a special story for opening La Petit Muse. At the time of opening this blog, I wanted to post about the ups and downs of writing. I wanted to post motivating pics daily encouraging writers to tap into their talent, but things took a turn for the best I guess. ^.^
Two pieces of advice to new bloggers.
I am not an advice expert, but I’ll leave two suggestions here:
I always tell people to be themselves. This is the most important thing for everyone out there, not bloggers only.
Don’t let others tell you who you are. You tell them who you are.
Another thing I tell people is to be bold and creative. Sometimes we have a brilliant idea and because we’re fearful of what others may think, we keep it to ourselves… only to see that very same idea materialized by someone else who gets the praise for being a creative genius!