Tiny life update:
Yo, like real life SUCKS man.
I just graduated from a four year university and we allllll know how hard it is to find a job afterwards. So while not ripping my hair out and just laying on the floor to die, I’m hard at work looking for a job, writing, and blogging, reading to keep me a little bit sane which I think I’m borderrlining right now.
Soooo, that brings me to my discussion for this week! Why do YOU blog? I saw this post recently on another blog and it got me to thinking. Some of the answers I saw ranged from: Comments, making connections, being up to date on current events, making friends, basically a TON of different answers.
Is there a right answer to this question? PFFT. If there is, please be so kind to let me know. You want to know what I say? THERE IS NO RIGHT OR WRONG ANSWER. People blog for his or her or reasons.
I BLOG FOR:
♡ Meeting people that have the same likes and all that jazz. (And also because I’m literally such a loner in real life.) ‘Tis the truth my bumblebees, ’tis the honest truth. Being the shy little bumblebee I am, I like to stay in my personal bubble and no one had BETTER NOT enter it or… or… Well, I’ll get mad, you see.
♡ Learn about myself. Because awesome and would like to discover just how awesome I in fact am. (Just kidding)
(No I’m not.) I feel like there’s a TON of bloggers that blog so they can have a voice and maybe find their own voice. I HAPPEN TO BE ONE OF THOSE PEOPLE . (I Sorry. I no mean to yell.)
♡ Comments. AND YES. I mean, ’tis the truth. Who doesn’t like getting comments?? It means people actually CARE enough, they’re reading your content and then took the time to comment. Anyone else get that giddy feeling when you check your comments and see one. *Blushes and looks down*
♡ Make connections. We have the whollllee wide cyberspace to meet new people and GUESS WHAT? Those people know other people. AND GUESS WHAT AGAIN? Those other people know even more other people, so basically you know like a million people if you think about it. (‘Kay, maybe not a million, but I hope you catch my drift.) We have the chance to meet so many people if we’re willing to meet people and make those connections. –>Really hope this makes sense….
♡ Step out of comfort bubble. Believe it or not, I tend to be on the shy side when it comes to talking to people and meeting new ones. So I feel blogging has had its affect on me in that I am now more or less comfortable when engaging in a conversation without me blubbering and then the conversation turns super awkwardo… (it has happened. it shall happen again.) –> I’d hope not.
Over to you:
Why do you blog? Have any OTHER reasons besides the ones I have? I’m sure there’s like a TON of other reasons!