Who am I and Why am I here?

Who am I? This is the question that actually has me on the run. I honestly do not know what to write down. I can’t exactly tell you who I am but I guess, I’ll just try to cover the basics and hope you get to know me more in my future posts.

My name is Tash, I’m a towering 5 feet and a half-inch human being that aims to be a chef. I also have a lot of opinions and sometimes, my journal just isn’t enough. Sometimes I need the world to know what I’m trying to say and sometimes I need more perspective from others.

I’ve had a few blogs before but I eventually stopped using those blogs because I forget about it or I get too lazy. But not this time! This blog is for my opinions and my experiences. I want to be able to share my life with the world and maybe JUST MAYBE inspire someone out there.

I’m here to express, be heard, and most importantly learn. I’m not so confident in my writing YET and I want to BE confident. Writing is something that I’ve always wanted to become good at but never had the chance, maybe because of fear. I fear of rude criticisms that may possibly affect my ego and force me to retreat back to the pages of my journal that’s for my eyes only. Which brings us to the question of “Why am I here?”

I’m here because I have dreams. I have dreams of owning a cafe and running my own successful food blog. By “successful” I mean, I want people to read my opinion on food, where and what to eat because they trust my judgement. I don’t want to be just a chef that owns a cafe, I want to be a chef that writes about the gastronomic experiences that I’ve had too! I don’t want to limit myself to just one field, I want to reach beyond that.

I’m here because I want to be here. To learn the crafts of the trade and to express myself in a form that I’ve always wanted to undertake.

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3 thoughts on “Who am I and Why am I here?

  1. theadisolanki says:

    Hello. I am one of your classmates from the Blogging University. You said that you are here to learn. A learner accepts criticism with a smile. When someone criticizes you, instead of feeling bad about what that ‘someone’ has said or is saying, take a note of the flaws in you that they are talking about. After that, instead of giving up, start working on your flaws.
    Perfection is unattainable but you can always keep getting better. The first thing that you have to do in order to improve is to accept your flaws. Once you accept your flaws, you can work on them.
    Also, making mistakes is okay. Humans commit mistakes. That is absolutely fine. You are good at writing. You will keep getting better. You will achieve your dreams. All you need is determination. Be determined and you will be whoever you want to be.
    I hope that I will someday sit at your cafe to taste your cuisines and I will probably visit your cafe after reading a lot of your reviews on numerous food items.
    Welcome to the World of Bloggers. 🙂

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