Makes you go "Hmmm"
# 3 Write on a regular basis in a text editor instead. If that doesn't satisfy your urge, and you feel that you must post your blog online, then you might just be craving attention and validation--which you'll never truly find in a blog. If you give up on your Wordpad journal after about three days, you'll do the same with a blog that just takes up server space.
# 4 Ask yourself if you really have the time to commit to a blog. What about that treehouse you wanted to build? Or the book you wanted to write? Or the car you wanted to fix up? Or the restaurant you wanted to take your significant other to? Or the new career you wanted to pursue? Instead of writing about pretty much nothing, or whining about all the things you wish you were doing instead, start doing something that'd actually be worth writing about. And if it's really worth writing about, you'll be having too much fun doing it to tear yourself away from it.
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I had to re-do my blog buddies list, because so many people have dropped out of sight
or gone inactive. Hmmm. I don't think I whine that much. Well, maybe I do.
I do know I have sought validation here, but at times, think I have found it. Or am I fooling myself? I do know this is a huge black hole into which great amounts of time disappear. But I feel as if I have true friends here. But then, one day the blog is gone *poof*, and really, bloggers don't owe each other anything. So is that friendship? I know I like blogging, and like reading blogs, but I am still trying to understand why.
So, what do you all think??