A Writer’s Bursting Bubble


Is your writer’s bubble ready to explode?


Uncertain Thoughts

For some, they do not find it difficult to write what is on their mind. But not all would have realized that it is a God-given talent until years after. I am referring to those who can express themselves more through writing than join in any debate or discussion with other people. Is it by nature that some would just shrug their shoulders on certain issues? Or would they just rather be in their own world filled with thoughts and emotions then put them into words? A journal…..that is where it all ended up.


I have realized my love for writing when I was 12 years old. The journal was my best friend. Every important event of my life from that time until the day I gave birth to my first child, they were all clearly written. Why did I stop? My focus was more on my family. Eighteen years after, online jobs were pretty popular. I was curious and needed to do something different. I had little knowledge of what goes around the internet. But when I started working as a virtual assistant, new doors opened and I felt that I was home.


The Virtual Slave

I enjoyed every day of my life working online no matter how long hours I have to do just to finish the tasks assigned to me. While everything was doing well, my boss had to end my contract. It was a big blow but I moved on. I was reunited with my first love! I found writing sites that were heaven to me until one by one they closed down. But that did not stop me from doing something that I love.

My reason for writing this post is to encourage newbies who can learn from seasoned writers. I don’t call myself as one of them coz really, I just love to write and well, some of my work can get a little dramatic, but when an article to be written is for a job, then I shift into another side of me.

Blogging Away

I love the posts of Kyla and it has inspired me to write this in a not so technical way so that our newbies may be able to understand more why the changes in Blogbourne need to be implemented this soon. First of all, according to a very reliable source, Blogbourne was made to make a difference among all other writing sites. You may have noticed that there are a few of your friends from other sites who have joined Blogbourne, too. We are here because of two purposes: the love for writing and wanting to earn. It is such a wonderful feeling getting paid for something that you like doing but also we need to keep in mind that writing sites like Blogbourne should not be thought of as your answer to all your financial needs. The site owner has been very keen in running Blogbourne hoping to make it a level higher as we move forward. Second, creating quality content is much needed so that it may entice people to visit the site. That way, we generate revenue with the increase in traffic to Blogbourne. It is not difficult to write 400 words if you just let your thoughts flow freely. Your bubble of thoughts would surely burst when you feel the need to express yourself.

It has been my dream put up a site like this but due to my limited knowledge on the technical side, I’d rather just share my thoughts and help/inspire/motivate everyone through my written thoughts.




    1. Jenny A Post author

      It is a fun job for me despite having pressure sometimes.

    1. Jenny A Post author

      I think I got it from my dad. COz even if he is alread 75 years old, he is still doing research and writes laboratory manuals related to Science.

  1. BrendaMarieFluhartyClapp

    What a lovely article. I love to write myself, if I didn’t I would not be here. Just to let everyone know, there are sites where 1500 words are needed to post articles. So, 400 words really isn’t that bad when you think about.

    1. Jenny A Post author

      I used to just write below 200 words. But writing all the time enabled me to express more. It’s a process.

  2. Deb Jones

    I understand the frustration some of the site users feel with the recent changes, but as you’ve pointed out so nicely, the changes are for the betterment of not only the site, but for each of us who are members here. We’ll let our thoughts flow, as you’ve suggested and before we know it, we’ll be at 400 — or more — words.

    1. Jenny A Post author

      Exactlt, Deb! I want the site to be the writer’s haven. It’s simple rules can make us even better writers because Blogbourne pushes us to take a step higher.

  3. Gil Camporazo

    I think it is not too late to go back to journal writing. What has been written and preserved would serve the reference of your posterity, especially when you are writing the worse experience you had and how you able to resolve it. So,, if I were you, I would start over again for tending a family or how busy you are isn’t the reason to quit making journal.

  4. Grecy Garcia

    That is the reason why I am always putting @ruby3881 on new writing sites because she always willing to help writers like me who is always have a feeling of a newbie when it comes to writing. I feel sad for myself that I had been writing for quite a long time and I haven’t develop into something worth admirable as her.

  5. Kyla Matton Osborne

    Thanks so much for the mention, Jenny, and for the praise! Many thanks also to sis @grecy for her continuing support of my writing here on BlogBourne, and elsewhere. You ladies are fabulous!

    Yes, BlogBourne is a boon to many of us. Like Jenny, I would love to create a writing site where others can earn. But it’s only because Mike has the technical expertise and the resources to start the site that I’m blessed to be involved with this unique project. I hope that our dreams will become a reality for all the writers who truly want to create great content and to earn a fair share of the revenues that writing produces.

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