My First Post

So I have a blog. I got this blog completely on accident. The video ministry I’m apart of Light the Fuel started a blog and in order to be a contributor I had to have my own account. So here I am. Truth be told I have bounced around the idea of having a blog in my head for about a year now. I fancy myself a writer and every writer should have a blog right?  But then I thought, what the heck would I write about? I also thought who the heck would read it? I don’t particularly live a super exciting life, I’m a mostly normal girl. I live, I love, I laugh. I’m also a pretty private person, anybody who knows me would say there’s a long process in getting to know me. So how I am I going to have a blog? Bloggers put their lives on display. Some reveal more than others but still they’re thrusting themselves into the public eye. That doesn’t sit well with me. But having a project all my own is exciting. I can control what I post when I post it and how personal I want to get. I can have fun with some photography. There’s a lot of opportunities to get creative. Now all I have to do is accept the idea of letting people in my world. This might be a little tough.

Here’s the link to the Light the Fuel’s Facebook page!


Author: Tawni

Tawni is a California girl currently loving her life in Atlanta,GA. When she isn’t daydreaming or buried in a book, you’ll find her brunching with friends or seeing her favorite bands. As an aspiring writer and lover of all things creative, she hopes to inspire people to not only "exist" but live purpose filled lives.

One thought on “My First Post”

  1. Keep on writing! I am challenged myself with the idea of opening yourself up to the public, but then again life is too short to keep to yourself. And what wise person has a light and hides it under the bed or covers it with a basket, right? Keep on reflecting the light of Christ.:)

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