Nischala Murthy Kaushik – a wise blogger

Nischala Murthy Kaushik – a wise bloggerIn 2008, I entered the blog-o-sphere; primarily as an avid blog reader. In 2009, I created my first blogs in which I used to write occasionally – of course, my blogs were private. In 2010, I shared my blogs with my inner network of friends and family; and received very encouraging feedback. After this initial response, my blogs went public in 2010 and so started my blogging journey. Its 2013 now – almost 3 years since I embarked on my blogging journey, I have published 1000+ posts on my own blogs (public, restricted and private), and have published several guest posts in site of global repute on a diverse set of topics.

So, what is blogging to me? My blogs are the canvas for my words. Words which stem from dreams, thoughts, observations, analysis, learning’s, conversations, view-points, outlook, views, emotions, perspectives, achievements, mistakes, failures, lessons learnt, comprehensions, experiences and conclusions.

As of date, I run two popular blogs; VERVE : The Quintessence of my Life – my personal blog and covers a broad range of topics around Life, Creativity, Parenting, Relationships, Human Experiences, Emotions and Nischala’s Space, Thoughts and Expressions – my professional blog in which I write about topics of professional interest like Social Media, Marketing, Leadership, Innovation and Strategy.

Blogging can transform your life in more than one way. Once you start actively blogging, you will see many aspects of your life can change drastically. Physically, you become more aware and observant of the world around you. Simply because you need things to write about on your blogs, and most bloggers typically draw in from real-life experiences. Emotionally, you will feel more balanced and happy; because you get an opportunity to express your emotions through your blogs. Intellectually, you need to think to write a blog. So it provides good exercise to the “gray matter” in your brain. Socially, it can help you build new networks and connections with like-minded people, and also interesting people – Whom you would otherwise never have known. In some cases, it can also elevate your social standing in select circles. If you are good in blogging and consciously work on blog monetization, it can add to your personal finances. And of course spiritually also, blogging can help you re-connect with yourself!

So it really has the potential to touch impact and influence every facet of your life.

Personally, there have been several positives. If I had to list the top benefits and life skills which are enhanced along my blogging journey, they are: Blogging enables you to be a lifelong learner, Blogging enhances your self-discipline, Blogging enables you to prioritize better, Blogging helps you truly understand a subject; The best way to understand any subject is to teach someone about it or to write about it, Blogging enables you to hone and refine your written communication skills, Blogging enhances your “thinking skills”, Blogging helps you accept and deal with compliments and criticism in a better way; It makes you open to feedback, Blogging compels you to improve your personal time management skills and Blogging makes you dream; and dreams are vital to the journey of life, Blogging give you a new-found respect for every other writer / blogger; and a new-found respect for your blog readers

Reading and Writing can be your two best friends in life. And the blog-o-sphere can enable you to do both. Why would you not extend your hands in friendship to blogging? Blogging can change your LIFE! – Give it a chance today.

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9 Responses to Nischala Murthy Kaushik – a wise blogger

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  2. Saima Ashraf says:

    Welcome to the clan Nischala Murthy Kaushik . A blogger’s canvas is always big to see and portray things, agree.

  3. Kausar Bilal says:

    A very impressive post! Loved reading about you and your journey.
    In fact, it was my own reflection, and I was thinking of reading about myself. My blogs also address the similar issues. Happy Blogging!

  4. Very impressive and it is indeed a pleasure to know you. May this blogging world bring you happiness and satisfaction. Hope to see more of your work and happy blogging

  5. while going through this story, i felt the craze, the living on the edge feeling, the fire inside type something. would love to read more. stay blessed… happy blogging….

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