I write a lot. I started writing three years ago and the amount of writing I’ve done has gradually increased year after year.

At first, I wrote because I wanted to vent my thoughts, express my feelings the only way I knew how, when friends and family couldn’t understand what I had been going through.

But as I kept writing, writing became more of a way for me to instead reflect upon my experiences and draw lessons from the past. It allowed me to see, with greater clarity, what I could’ve done and should’ve done.

I’m not sure who your followers are -other than me of course ; but perhaps some might be demanding more than you can deliver with ease as opposed to putting yourself in dis-ease.

It’s good tht you can recognize this dis-ease and takes steps to change it to your liking.
It seems taht perhaps ,you felt , that you were having a lot of movement travling to so many countries in such a short period of time which means you weren’t possibly experiencing much depth. I applaud the fact that you have begun working on depth in your lfe with your new rouotine
in meditation and exercise and more intorspeciotn than movement.

Arthur
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And as I continued to write now, writing has instead evolved into a way for me to find my inner voice, a way to speak with transparency about the things I care about, a way to embrace the values I live for.

As I become more practiced with writing, I struggle to find my identity. I struggle with genuineness. Is the person writing this really the same person in real life? Is the person writing these ever-so serious life lesson and motivational pieces really the same person in real life?

The person I am: my character, my personality — it isn’t limited to only the stories I write; my interests, my passions and my ambitions far exceed the topics I’ve written.

There’s always a different side, a different perspective to a person’s life, one that we don’t see or realize. It’s the same with me.

I want to share more.
I want to share with you the different angles of my life.
I want to share more than just my experiences traveling.
I want to share more than just the life lessons from my past relationships.

And that’s why I need your help.

I want to know what it is that you want to want me to share with you. What is it that makes you want to read my articles? What is it that you find valuable in what I’ve shared?

I want to hear about the kind of posts you’d like to read, the kind of posts you gain the most value from, the kind of post that you can relate to.

A huge part of why I write is because of you. You, as my audience and as my readers have repeatedly given me support in the last few years and now I’d like to give back. I’d like to listen to you and hear what you have to say.

If you’d like to contribute your thoughts, please feel free to email me at misstiffanysun@gmail.com or leave your comments in the post below.

Thank you so much. ❤️

  1. Sarah
    Aug 09, 2018

    Hi Tiffany! I first discovered your writing on Medium, and then recently found your website. I’ve been reading through a few of your articles, and appreciate your hard work and honest commentary on the lessons you learned from your past relationship and travel experiences. It’s been fascinating reading your articles! In answer to your question, I think the most interesting thing any writer talks about is lessons learned from personal experiences. For instance, “3 life skills I wished my parents taught me” (I also wish I learned to be funnier :D) or “I didn’t understand my friend’s pain” (I’ve been in your friend’s shoes before, and it made me wonder how often I’ve been the insensitive one). Hope that helps. If I think of anything else, I’ll let you know 🙂 If you have further questions, feel free to email me!

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    • Tiffany Sun
      Aug 17, 2018

      This is amazing feedback, thank you Sarah. 😁 I’m really glad you enjoy the personal lessons I share from my past and travel experiences; if anything I try to be real in my posts as I am in person. I’ll look through those articles you’ve mentioned again and try my best to write something similar.

      Thanks again for everything! You’ve been a great help. ☺️

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  2. Arthur
    Aug 13, 2018

    I’m not sure who your followers are -other than me of course ; but perhaps some might be demanding more than you can deliver with ease as opposed to putting yourself in dis-ease.

    It’s good tht you can recognize this dis-ease and takes steps to change it to your liking.
    It seems taht perhaps ,you felt , that you were having a lot of movement travling to so many countries in such a short period of time which means you weren’t possibly experiencing much depth. I applaud the fact that you have begun working on depth in your lfe with your new rouotine
    in meditation and exercise and more intorspeciotn than movement.

    Reply
  3. Chan
    Aug 15, 2018

    Hey Tiffany! Probably you are the first writer that I seriously wanted to leave a comment, and for this article. The reason why I check your articles is to ‘feel the real’. Sometimes I felt like sort of teenager’s posts, sometimes like a lady’s article, in anyway, your daily life stories make me warm.

    I found your blog(?!) on Google when I was searching useful English sentences for my English language study(I’m a Korean and I’m trying to improve my English language though). I try to make ‘my own sentences’ after learning a new vocab, and the sentences should be made according to my real stories or experiences, or what I want to speak to others. Luckily, I found your article: , and it made me check your blog occasionally.

    In short, your article make people warm, at least, 100% for me. Please keep write, but without any stress. Please be patient, I’m going to be a good writer also by improving with your articles.

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    • Tiffany Sun
      Aug 17, 2018

      Thank you for dropping me a note, Chan. I’m really glad my stories have touched you in some way, because that’s what I’m striving for. 🙂

      I do try to make my writing as easy as I can, even if the topics are complicated. But I’ll keep doing what I’m doing and hopefully this will help you improve your English. Let me know if there’s anything else I could do for you!

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  4. Varun Verma
    Aug 15, 2018

    I think, mostly you write about your own experiences & its great. So, I would like you to continue doing what you are already doing.

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    • Tiffany Sun
      Aug 16, 2018

      Thank you Varun. 🙏🏻 It means a lot to me to hear this. 🙂

      Reply