|My view at work.|
Yes, someone did catch me taking this photo.
I actually started blogging for a number of reasons and I realised I haven't shared that story yet. Well, here's why:
- I wanted to do a lot of sunless tanner reviews
- I wanted to keep writing; I'm a writer. I have a degree in writing. Yet I stopped writing when I graduated
- I was really bored at work and wanted a way to keep busy
- I liked the idea of an online "journal" where I could keep track of my daily adventures
- All the cool kids were doing it (aka. a lot of my friends)
The moment I started blogging (and subsequently following other blogs), I almost felt like my blog was inadequate. I didn't have a fancy camera to take nice pictures with, I didn't have an out-of-this-world blog layout (nor was I going to spend the money on one) and I didn't have a niche for my blog. My blog was (and still is) literally all over the place.
Then one day it hit me.
I just don't care.
This blog is for me. If I want it to be all over the place, it can be. If I want my blog to be a design that I created, then so be it. If there are days that I don't want to blog, that's okay too.
I can blog about whatever I want, whenever I want.
If you don't like it, you don't have to read it.
But there are people that read my blog and I'm grateful to all of you that do. I've "met" some really amazing women through this blogging experience and I'm so glad that I have. You all know who you are, and there's no reason for me to single anyone out, but just know that each e-mail exchanged and each comment you leave means the world to me (except for the ones that say "Great blog! Follow me?" Geeze, at least pretend you read my post before asking me to follow you).
You ladies are amazing and I'm so glad that I started blogging.
Now enough with the mush. Serious question time! To those of you with full-time jobs that are actually busy at work (clearly, unlike me) how do you find the time to blog? No one told me blogging would be so time consuming!