Why Are You A Blogger?

I just realized that blogging is one the best thing that has happened to me and I really love what I do with my blog.

For me: Sitting down and distilling your ideas and insights into structured sentences and paragraphs is an art. Wrangling and wrestling those words into shape will produce clarity from the cloud. Make it a practice every day, and magic happens.

Why are you a blogger? Why are you still blogging? Why do you love blogging? And why haven’t you quit blogging?

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  1. I am a blogger because blogging helps round out who I am and also helps me work out what type of useful information I can put out there along with sharing some of my experiences: both work and personal. I enjoy it. The biggest challenge is consistency and a routine, but I am getting there!

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  2. I lose my job during corona lockdown. then started blogging for earning some income.
    Till I have 70 followers.
    Please all bloggers support me, I will supporting back too.

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  3. Well…Nice and short and on point.Greatvince blog or became a blogger for the following 1)connect with other people 2)to learn more about blogging 3)score some fans 4)for growth and leadership and to overstand what is going on in the world and learn different cultures.

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  4. Well… Nice and short.Greatvince blog or became a blogger for the following 1)connect with other people 2)to learn more about blogging 3)score some fans 4)for growth and leadership and to overstand what is going on in the world and learn different cultures.

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  5. SMiLes Annabel
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  6. Hi, great question. I blog to share any information about classroom to all my students and world as well. As lecturer, it is important to guide regarding the new material about urban planning (for example) that we never teach in the classroom. For instance there is something new on a data science discipline that is very important in the smart city discussion. We, as urban planner, never learn and discuss data science but we always talk about smart city.

    This new insight is something important to share with each other on blog, and I do that. Not only for smart city but also the usage of technology on research. We have to upgrade our skill on research with mastering some software. In this part, we need to share the experience of using software on blog.

    That’s why blogging is ‘a the best way’ to share.

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  7. Retired since 2007 from a very stressful computer consultant job of 27 years. Financially stable so I blog just for the art, poetry, music and fun of it.

    Nothing to prove and nothing to really gain!

    Have often thought of giving it all up and know I should cut back more!

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  8. Blogging helps me vent out my emotions and feelings in a nonviolent manner . It helps me connect with people and see the world from their lenses. It makes me feel better about myself at the end of the day , and gives me a sense of belonging.

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    • We share similar reasons for blogging. Writing keeps me alive and makes me feel better too😩❤..
      Thank you for sharing your reasons with me🌹and thank you for visiting my blog🎇. Good morning✨

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