Isn’t it strange that one tiny gesture can change the way we feel about a person? A kiss on the hand, a coffee, holding a door open, even just starting a conversation with you first. In the same effect, isn’t it unusual that one tiny experience can change your entire life?

Watching a film can change the way we view the world, reading a book can take us to a place where impossible beings exist, meeting someone who tells you to live your dream inspires you to make a huge change in your life. Kaffe Fassett has already changed my life for the better using only the words he found inside.

Today I got a lovely message about my post about Kaffe Fassett yesterday telling me that I am “a shero in the making”. This tiny gesture have me the courage and strength to believe that everything I do now has to be something that is true to my own heart. Writing on this blog is true to my heart which is why I am here so consistently, it’s almost like this blog is a gateway in to my soul where my inner most thoughts can stay.

Generally I hold back from posting certain things that go on in my mind, but in actuality I want it all out in the open. I want to put my all in to this blog and the only way to do that is to truly open up my heart and pour it out for you all to read. Holding back has only been damaging my progress as a writer and blogger. There is no point in me continuing as a blogger if I fail to show off the real me.

Personally, I think some of the thoughts I have are fascinating but whenever I mention them to the people around me they seem disinterested or confused. Now I am realising that blogging may be the best platform to find people on the same wavelength as me. These past two days have changed me both personally and spiritually. I have met some inspiring people and had eye opening things said to me – I think yesterday was the best day of my life so far because it made me realise how much of my ability I am hiding from myself, not just the rest of the world.

My aim is to inspire people to bring out the positive, talented and true sides of themselves by sharing my experiences and words.

Have I inspired anyone with my words yet?

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Author: Jodie Paterson

Iā€™m Jodie Paterson, a 23 year old Edinburgh based blogger who is passionate about blogging, writing, social media and photography. Currently studying Events Management at University, blogging still remains a large hobby of mine.

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