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a huge waste of time. I have had a family blog for about 3 years. I really only post about kids birthdays, vacations, holidays. I call it my virtual journal. My husband thinks its stupid.
So, I recently started a secret blog that he doesn't know about. And now, I can say what I'm really thinking.
Great! We share the blogging responsibilities. We switched all of our social media sites into one and we share everything as one account. Myspace, Facebook, Twitter and our NewlyParents.com site. Through out the day when one of us says something that could be blog worthy, we remind each other later and poof! Blog! :)
He is 100% behind what I do. He has willingly agreed that we will put money from our budget into getting it off the ground, without question of when the rewards will start to come. He understands that it can take a very long time to gain that momentum. (This isn't my first blog, but it is new) He isn't interested in blogs when surfing the net, though, it's just not his thing. But he's supportive of me, and that's what counts