I’ve decided to start a blog.

Why you might ask?

Well recently i finished reading the amazing book ‘Girl Online’ By Zoe Sugg.  Even though this was just a fictional book, it gave me the courage to face my fears and start my own blog too. I feel as though my life is one big crazy water balloon that is about to burst. I’ve kept so many things inside of me waiting, afraid to say them out loud.

I have decided to keep this as an anonymous blog, as i don’t want to be sharing my identity. I will be writing about what ever is going on at the moment and other things that are on my mind. Feel free to give me suggestions as I have no clue as to what i am doing. First of all I’ll tell you a little bit about myself. I’m from Australia, I am currently in High School and i love sport. There is a lot more to know about me but I’ll get to that later.

Have any of you tried writing a diary? Its hard isn’t it? Trying to write down your most deepest thoughts in a book that could go missing at any time. I tried writing in a diary but i just didn’t know what to say. I felt like i was supposed to write a huge essay like response every few days, discussing to myself what happened recently. I eventually forgot about my diary and began writing in it every few months, which i thought was pointless. Anyways, that’s it for now. Thanks for reading, I hope you enjoyed it.

Softball Girl, going home


3 thoughts on “Hello!

  1. Hi Softball Girl, thanks for visiting my blog and the follow. It’s nice to meet you! I like how you decided to start your blog. For me, it feels great to write down my thoughts and feelings, it can be therapeutic. Hope you have fun with your blog! Take care, Jenny


    1. Thx Jenny no problems, your blogs are great. Its so nice to have such a kind person to welcome me to blogging. I feel that way too, it has really relaxed me and given me something to look forward to doing when i first started. Do you think its right of me to of kept this anonymous?

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      1. Yes. If you feel more comfortable writing anonymously, then absolutely! My blog is also anonymous. At first I had trouble with that, I felt like maybe I wasn’t being 100% truthful. But I am. I’ve found that I can write more freely. And just because my name is changed, all my thoughts and feelings and experiences are mine. I made my blog anonymous because I talk about my daughter, who has struggled with anxiety and panic attacks. I’ve found that many blogs are anonymous, more than I thought would be! So keep it anonymous, and you can change that at any time, if later you feel you want to use your real name. Hope that helps! 🙂


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