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.

Founded in April 2018, by me, Cristian Mihai, The Art of Blogging is a platform for bloggers who aspire to inspire.

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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!

    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.

  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?

    1. Everything. All kinds of stuff, events, art… what people say, how they act… everything can inspire, if only I have the right mindset. And, yes, sometimes drama is a good catalyst for art. Sometimes, it’s not.

  3. Hello! I love that you’re focusing on blogging as art. Any kind of creative expression of ideas can be art, so this is lovely idea to write a blog on the art of blogging.

    1. Thank you. And, yes, anything can be an art. Depends on how you look at it. The goal is to someday have a bunch of other similar projects… at least books. “The Art of…” We’ll see.

  4. “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.

      1. Thank you!. I have learned a lot from your blog so far. Maybe not writing is also some form of habit forming. Off to new ventures!

    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.

  5. Hi, I’d like to follow you with my WordPress account rather than by email. Is that possible or do you required an email? These days of mining for data/email accounts, I’m not wild about giving that info away for free. Thanks.

  6. Hey, I have a question since I don’t like to imitate people’s blogs without permission. May I copy your “Hall of Fame” page idea on my blog, with a list of my most popular posts?

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