Just like many people, when I am writing, I get very excited. I know I am in a new world where I can freely express my self. The warm green tea from my mug taste delightful. I can feel the thrill of typing on the keyboard. It feels like I am gracefully playing a beautiful sonata in a piano.
After completing the 10-day challenge just at the end of 2018, I am starting to have clearer goals to where my writing will be directed to. One clear thing about it is that I really enjoy it. I learn more as I write.
There are plenty of challenges before I reached this point where you are reading my blog post. My move to Canada allowed me to be fully immersed into English. It is more than learning English from books, movies and songs. Instead, it is making the language part of your life. I find that if you want to learn the language, the best way is to incorporate it with your life. What ever language you want to learn, you have to eat the language, breathe the language, dream in the language, embrace the language, and communicate with that language. (You don't need to be the language).
In my 10-day writing challenge, based on the number of views, the post the became really popular is the topic about Miss Universe and the Filipino community. Here is the table of content of the 10-Day Writing Challenge.
When it comes to new year, many people think about holidays, celebration, fireworks, festivity and many more. For someone else's perspective new year celebration is about three things: past, present and future.
Past: It's time to look back 2018 one more time. It's a chance to learn from history.
Present: Live in the moment and look.
Future: Something to look forward to.
Again, I can not thank you enough for taking your time reading my posts.
To be continued.