Why I stopped blogging for a year, as I continue to grow

By Raghu Joshi | 06.07.2017 | 15:06I started blogging in 2013 when I was 17.

I had always been a social media savvy kid but this year was the first time I was writing regularly.

I’m writing about a subject that I was not used to and that’s the power of social media.

It’s a very powerful tool that I have to help you grow and thrive.

It also helps me think about things that I’ve been thinking about in the past.

I was living in India when I started writing.

I wasn’t even sure where I was going to be living for the next few years, so I had to go and find somewhere.

I started off at a hotel in a town in the Indian state of Karnataka called Thiruvananthapuram and moved to a small flat in the city of Bangalore.

There was a house on my doorstep.

The place had a kitchenette, fridge and a TV.

It was pretty cool.

But I knew I was getting out of the house.

I knew it wasn’t going to last for very long.

The city I was in was a small place.

There were no shops, no restaurants.

There weren’t any houses to rent and no other people to come visit.

And the place was quiet.

It wasn’t crowded.

There was no television.

No internet.

It didn’t have a radio station.

No newspapers.

And there wasn’t a bank.

It was just me and a few other friends who were just getting started with our lives.

I didn’t even know I was doing it until about a year ago.

It wasn’t until last year that I started to really realise that I wasn, in fact, living in a bubble.

I would often feel lonely when I didn.

I’d be hanging out with friends and chatting on WhatsApp.

I would find myself bored with my life and I’d end up feeling lonely.

The feeling of being alone was so strong that I wouldn’t know what to do.

But I also realised that I didn

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