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

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

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He actually does not know I blog, otherwise he would tell me to stop...
My husband doesn't really care. Seems to think all the time I spend on the computer is an utter waste of time that I could spend cooking or doing something for him!
a waist of time
Im fairly new to blogging but my husband thinks it fine now. Little does he know how much I spend on blogging when he's working...haha. I mean I'm cooking and cleaning all day.
Time consuming and pointless unless the money is rolling in.
a brilliant idea. He blogs with me and encourages me to write whenever I can! He's wonderful, he helps with the house and the kids even though I'm home all day.
something I spend way too much time on to not be getting paid for it!
good for me. He's my biggest cheerleader :)
Okay...Great for me because i love to do it.. but doesn't want it to take up my whole time.. It's my hobby...He wants to keep it that way! ;)
Great because it makes me happy, but frustrated at times because it keeps me too busy.

Tamara
www.theunexperiencedmom.com
I think men for the most part are glad we have found an outlet other than their ear to talk and let off steam :o)
cool - he's even done a guest blog post for me here: http://actingbalanced.blogspot.com/2010/02/guest-post-heathers-hubb...

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