Special offer: reblogs

Hi guys,

Because the situation is delicate, I’m offering a special sale on reblogs, and today is the last day you can take advantage of these great prices.

1. Reblog$35 – Do you have a WordPress.com blog? Have you written a piece you’d want everyone to read? Now you can have your content reblogged to an audience of over 107,600.

You can purchase here. You can buy as many as you like and use them whenever you want.

2. Two Reblogs$60 – Offer available for two blog posts. You can use them at any time you want.

You can purchase here.

4. Three Reblogs$80 – Offer available for three posts.You can use them at any time you want.

You can purchase here.

5. 6 Months of Reblogging$140  – One blog post reblogged per month for a total of six months.

You can purchase here.

6. One year of reblogging$200 – One reblog per month, for a total of 12 months. You will also get featured as sponsor on my blog for the entire period.

You can purchase here.

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There you have it… quite a lot to chose from.

This special offer expires at the end of the week.

Payments are secured via PayPal. Also, you can purchase as many options as you like, as available. After that we get in touch via e-mail and set everything up.

*The funds raised will go towards keeping this blog alive.

Thank you,

Cristian

Help needed

From time to time I contemplate the idea of abandoning my dream of becoming a full time writer. I get all kinds of ideas in my head. I’m just pretending to be a writer, and I’m not really good enough, and that I should simply give up.

A couple years ago, before I started this blog, one of my uncles asked me about my writing. Back then I was uploading stories on Wattpad, and I was having a lot of fun. So I told him that I had talked with a girl from Etiopia, who said that she really enjoyed my stories. So much that she cried.

And, well, he asked me about money. Was I earning enough?

In fact, I wasn’t making money at all. And I told him that, and I told him that when a stranger genuinely appreciates your art, that’s worth more than all the money in the world.

I was happy back then. Continue reading

Sponsors needed

Hi guys,

If you enjoy reading this blog, if you enjoy reading my writing, and would like to support me, you can send any amount you see fit via PayPal to contact [at] cristianmihai [dot] net. Any amount matters. Any amount helps me immensely.

Purchase advertising here.

Also, anyone who donates $50 or more will be featured as sponsor for one month and will get a blog post reblogged.

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I have a dream

 

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Eleven years ago I had this idea. A story about a crazy scientist on a deserted planet. That night I wrote for the first time. And I wrote ever since. Continue reading

Sponsors needed

Hi guys,

If you enjoy reading this blog, if you enjoy reading my writing, and would like to support me, you can send any amount you see fit via PayPal to contact [at] cristianmihai [dot] net. Any amount matters. Any amount helps me immensely.

Contribute on Indiegogo here.

Purchase advertising here.

Also, anyone who donates $50 or more will be featured as sponsor for one month and will get a blog post reblogged.

Make a Donation Button

Tomorrow

funny-meaning-of-tomorrow-motivational-quotes-sayings-pics-e1431981063373“Putting things off is the biggest waste of life: it snatches away each day as it comes, and denies us the present by promising the future. The greatest obstacle to living is expectancy, which hangs upon tomorrow and loses today. You are arranging what lies in Fortune’s control, and abandoning what lies in yours. What are you looking at? To what goal are you straining? The whole future lies in uncertainty: live immediately.” – Seneca

Somehow I believe that it’s human nature to dream, to imagine a better life. It’s how we evolve and develop. But dreaming is one thing, striving to achieve that dream another.

But it’s difficult, right?

To find the energy, the time, the motivation to pursue your dreams?

I believe that the most important requirement to success is the ability to pursue your dreams no matter what. I believe that what really sets people apart is what they do when they don’t feel like doing anything. Or when they fail.

Another thing is the fear of failure, which, sadly, kills a lot more dreams than failure itself.

Putting things off is no solution. It just gives you a little bit of hope… like a sedative. It dulls the senses. It gives you something to look forward to.

But it’s just that.

Staring at a point in the distance, hoping for it to come to us.

“Here” and “now” create our future. Not “tomorrow”, not “someday.” It’s in the present that we take the decisions that ultimately become our destiny.

So, what have you done today to make your life better? Or the lives of others?

Showing up

“Showing up is 80 percent of life.” Woody Allen

Showing up. At your job, at a meeting. Sitting down at your desk because it’s time to write.

When you feel like it or not.

When you’d much rather do anything else.

Discipline requires tremendous mental effort.

It’s the extra mile, the extra routine, the two or three hundred more words that you write.

That little extra is what really makes the difference.

Showing up when you don’t feel like it, when you just want to act lazy and sit in bed and listen to music all day long.

Success is all about showing up. That’s it.

Show up. Do your thing. Finish stuff.

It’s that easy and that hard. That simple and that complicated.