My blogging experience

Welcome to my blog. Let me tell you a story of my blogging experience.

I was first introduced to blogging about 10 years ago when I was in my senior year in college. I had a few online friends and one day a workshop on blogging for Cambodians was shared among all of us. The workshop was conducted on a Saturday morning in 2006 (or 2007, not really sure) at Pannasastra University of Cambodia. At that time, I was really curious and enthusiastic about blogging, so after the workshop I went online and spent much of my time, about a few whole day, reading and learning about blogging. I ended up, as a result, creating my first blog via http://www.blogger.com. However, the enthusiasm I had about blogging faded away when I got my first full time job as an English teacher at an institute in Phnom Penh. Due to time constraints, therefore, I gave up my first blog that had a few postings and left the blogging world for good.
Since then only a few times have I been drawn to blogging and things like that. On a few occasion, I was in a dilemma, whether to pursue a long-forgotten passion of keeping a blog or to forget all about it. Again time did not allow me to re-enter the blogging arena. What’s more, I had something else (i.e. school work) to attended to. Thus, once again blogging was not on my to-do list. And I’ve never cared about it. I even forgot the name of the url of my (first) blog.
It’s (it was, as you’re reading now) just today (May 5, 2016) that blogging popped up in my mind AGAIN. But this time it is a completely different experience. Out of a miracle my energy level reached its peak. I then took action and created this blog out of the blue. At this moment, I hope I could sustain my enthusiasm and interests in keeping a personal website so that I could share what’s in my mind with the world and at the same time brush up my English writing skills, a skill I consider my strength, but it seems to turn out otherwise.
Thank you for reading this brief story. Let’s keep it touch.
Kimkong

Published by Kimkong Heng

A student, teacher, educator, and researcher

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