Remember a time when you were moved to tears by a piece you read on someone else’s blog? Or were inspired to take action in a certain area of your life?

Well, that was art. The art of blogging.


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  1. Hi Cristian! I notice whenever I read your blog posts, I am being brought to a number of different blogs (CristianMihai, Irevuo, artofblogging, storyaweek, etc.) I was wondering why you have so many sites and if there is a specific reason/advantage to spreading out your writing like this? Also, thanks for all of the interesting posts you share!

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    1. Hi,

      Well, they are all about different topics. My main blog is more about philosophy, life, motivation. Irevuo is all about art, writing, stuff like that. Story-a-week is about my fiction. And Art of Blogging is all about blogging.

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  2. Indeed. I was thinking today about how much we often want to avoid drama in our lives (I know I do). Yet at the same time, sometimes drama is the best resource in creating art, from a place of passion and pain, heartbreak and joy.

    What inspires you? What do you believe is most important to create for the world?

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  3. “There are no vital and significant forms of art; there is only art, and precious little of that.”
    — Raymond Chandler


    1. I read something, watch a movie/documentary/tv show. Go out. Go for a walk/run. Go to the gym. Talk to someone. Stuff like that. I don’t struggle with it that much. I have been writing for a long, long time. It’s just a habit now. I don’t even think about it. I sit down to write and that’s what I do.

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    1. Hi Sussan,

      Thank you for your compliment.

      And, no. I have different Facebook pages, Instagram accounts, and Twitter accounts for each and every single site. Different target audiences, different type of content being shared.


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