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My Husband or Significant Other Thinks Blogging Is.....

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My husband or significant other thinks blogging is....

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Is alright but not really worth it unless it makes money.
ridiculous
Great! He likes that it's a fun hobby for me and that I make a little $ off it. =)
my hubby loves that I blog. I actually got him hooked on blogging, which he eventually turned his blog into a Ning network which because his platform for his business and sales management consulting business. Our biggest problem is fighting over who gets to use the computer! Our laptop isn't the greatest, but he promised me a new laptop after we get our tax return! Yippee!
... giving advice to strangers! LOL He has no idea what blogging is or what it means. He doesn't even know that I have a blog! ;-)
a waste of time. I only blog when he is gone.
Silly. Generally when I talk to him about my blog I get at least one eye roll.
a total waste of time, unless he sees that I'm getting paid for it.
Taking up too much of my time.
a way to catch up on family news when he has a busy week!
Pretty awesome. He sends all our friends and family to the sight and checks it every morning to see if I've added new content!

April
www.AprilsLittleFamily.blogspot.com
Kind of crazy! He'll ask "Now why are you doing this?" again and again!

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