By Fré Sonneveld

The Beginning of The Balanced Belle

Writing and Blogging

It’s often said that in order to write a novel, one must write.  

As otherwise stated:  Just sit down and begin writing.  It doesn’t have to be at the beginning of the piece. One just needs to begin pouring thoughts and ideas to paper or device.  This is just what my first blog post is, just writing to “inspire the novel” sort of speak.  The effort of beginning something new and enjoying the thrill of exploring the unknown.

Often times when we set goals it’s beginning them and taking those first few steps that is the largest obstacle we will face.

Writing a blog has always proved to be a challenge to me.  Like many others, I feel there is always someone better out there to speak to subjects.  More qualified, more experienced, or more passionate about the topic.  (The other answer is procrastination. I’m talking years.)

However, if only the brightest star were allowed to shine, then so would the beauty of a starry night be lost for all to see.  A lofty goal to be a shining light, but none the less, this is my goal for this blog.  To inspire and be inspired.

A toast to starting something new today, for me, and I hope, for you.

“There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.”
Ernest Hemingway


4 thoughts on “The Beginning of The Balanced Belle

  1. Reblogged this on Beauty Tips & Tricks! and commented:
    Well, you are so right… blogging is about to inspire and be inspired…even the simplest topic, it can be seeing in so many different ways that it is worth it to let people amaze you with their own personal view. Let’s Blog

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