Wind Of Change

Yes, I had this song in mind when I was looking for a title. I know many bloggers who should be “accused” of copyright infringement when using too many titles referring to songs. But let’s not get into that.

Today’s biggest announcement – drum rolls, please – I have finally created my own blog domain! “Big deal”, rolling eyes… Hey, I have dreamed about this day, so let’s be nice!

I have to say this blog has been a long-awaited project. I’m not going to tell you guys the story from the very beginning again but it took a lot of time and courage to finally dive into this addictive world of blogging! My blog isn’t a brilliant reference in the blogging world but I’m learning every day! Rome wasn’t built in a day so I’m hoping this kiddo will grow more and more each day! I realised the secret of frequent blogging is to start writing about whatever you fancy and never stop! Those ideas will come flowing before you know it! So I’m just going to keep on writing and walk my own walk of life! ๐Ÿ™‚


Oh, in case you’re wondering: yes, my blog’s title was inspired by – not one but –ย twoย songs! Copyright infringement big time! The first one is, of course, Dire Straits‘ famous song and the second one is a less-known single by Billie Piper, which apparently was her last song in 2000 following her decision to retire from the music industry.

My blog might have been inspired by these two songs but in all honesty, I wanted to create a place where I could talk about different subjects and write for all different kinds of people, from all walks of life! Because that’s what makes life interesting: we all have our own walk of life and we always inspire and learn from each other (or at least, we should). I choose to share a few moments of my own walk of life with you, hoping to either make you smile, laugh or think “Hey, I’m not the only weirdo who thinks that!”.

ย So, let’s hear some cheering for the new “Walk Of Life”! A new era begins…

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5 thoughts on “Wind Of Change

  1. Wind of change is already a famous metaphor which gave the name of a speech by British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan – delivered in South Africa in 1960 -, a number of songs, a book and many others. To me “wind of change” means that people, often reluctant to changes, should accept and promote changes as part of living. Therefore, “be the change you want to see in the world”!

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