Space2live came to life in February of this year. I wanted a venue to post my writing, receive feedback and generally administer self-therapy. I needed a foundation of work to leap from in order to even consider writing for a living. I wanted to improve and shape my writing. I wanted to see how consistent I could be. Could I create a piece of writing with value every week? The answer to that is subjective, but I did put something of myself on the page every week, amounting to 48 posts counting this one.
I guess I proved I can be consistent. I also learned that I love the process and writer-reader connection of maintaining a blog. It is fun for me to find out what I have to say to the world. Sometimes I surprise myself;) (3 Elements of Exquisite Sex and Divine Writing).
2011 has been a huge year of personal growth for me, emotionally, spiritually and creatively. I experienced pillow-soaked despair and awe-filled peace. I believe I went light on the despair in my writing, mostly to protect others, but I tried to convey some of the peace through my words and experiences. I plan to be even more open in 2012.
For now, here are the 2011 articles that resonated the deepest:
Top 5 Posts With the Most Views and/or Comments:
Beyond the above posts I also wanted to compile the top 5 pieces that came from an especially meaningful place within me. These pieces demonstrate what I feel is some of my best writing and/or areas where I needed help and found it. One way or another they are messages that I definitely want to share. May they benefit you in some small way.
5 More Meaningful Posts as Chosen by Brenna Gee
Whether you enjoy reading about creative courage, self-actualization, parenting with passion or the amazingness of introversion, I’m glad you showed up here. I so appreciate your time and feedback. Thank you. Thank you. We’re all in this together.:)
May you find, foster and revel in space2live!!
Please share what hit home with you and what missed the boat entirely here on space2live. What did you learn? Where did you find a deep connection? What would you like to read more about next year?