The Impact of Bloggers

I want to thank my top five bloggers who had an impact on my life in 2020. While I follow many blogs, I look forward to reading the content from each of these bloggers. Some of these bloggers are new. Some are experienced. All offer quality, thought-provoking content and inspiration … post after post.

Blog Title: Chris Highland
Website: chighland.com
Content: Life from a humanist, secular perspective.

Blog Title: Patient & Kind
Website: patientandkindlove.com
Content: A journal about reclaiming life after alcoholism. Inspiring with gut deep in honesty.

Blog Title: Welcome to my little piece of quiet
Website: mylittlepieceofquiet.com
Content: Daily quotes for introverts.

Blog Title: Writing from the Heart with Brian
Website: writingfromtheheartwithbrian.com
Content: A wonderful storyteller on life experiences.

Blog Title: Coaching Skills International
Website: coachingskillsintl.wordpress.com
Content: Daily encouragement and inspiration.


I am a relatively new blogger as I’ve only been blogging for 15 months. I have learned a lot but I have much more to learn. My blogging experience has been quite positive considering I’m a hack writer. I am sincerely appreciative of my followers as you are my inspiration to continue.

In this short period of time, my greatest disappointment is the number of bloggers I followed who quit after a couple of months. While I’m sure they had valid reasons, I miss their contributions.

I don’t think we realize the impact, importance and influence bloggers can have on the lives of others. Our posted thoughts will almost always find a home with someone else. Often times, a post may provide the inspiration and information someone needs at that point in time.

Keep on blogging!

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Published by W. M. Brown

I am a retired U.S. expat living in Ecuador. I was a business owner for 32 years before retiring in 2012.

One thought on “The Impact of Bloggers

  1. Thanks for sharing my blog. I’m not sure what kind of storyteller I am, but I do love the opportunity each week to put my thoughts down on paper. Thanks too for your blog. You call yourself a “hack” . . . that couldn’t be further from the truth. I used to work in the financial services industry and know firsthand how important plain talk wisdom like you’ve passed along is to readers. I wish I had come across your blog years ago . . . maybe then I wouldn’t have made some of the stupid mistakes I’ve made over the years. In any event, thanks again for sharing and please do keep writing!

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