How my blog has evolved in the last 5 years – Blogging Insights #30


Has your blog turned out more or less as you expected or totally different?

I created this blog back in September 2014 (I don’t remember the exact date, hoping to keep a check on the notifications next month so that I can have an official birth of date of this blog) just because I was making accounts on every other social media site.

In the summer of 2015, I published the first post with the thought that I would keep my identity anonymous while sharing my thoughts in between the lines of poems. I did that!

Eventually, I moved to sharing prose too, writing more openly about my thoughts. I shared photos and a lot more about my personal life. Initially hesitant about the changes, I began to accept them with open arms and now, I look forward to explore what more I can do.

Randomness Inked became a lot more than what I had expected it to be. It is an online journal, a sweet and safe haven for me.

How has your blog evolved? How have you evolved with your blog?

Read Why I don’t have a niche-based blog?


In response to Dr Tanya’s Blogging Insights # 30 – Evolving

11 thoughts on “How my blog has evolved in the last 5 years – Blogging Insights #30

  1. My blog started as one to teach biblical principles and encourage people. But, I found that my fitional stories and poems tended to get more views and likes, and people found encouragement and inspiration in them. So, now, I sometimes worry that I let God down by not fully being a Christian blog site, but then I remember that what matters are the messages of hope, in whatever form. Thank you for asking us to think on this issue. It brought clarity for me.

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