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

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

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an addiction :)

 

Something that he just doesn't "get" and has no clue about!

He's not happy with it but he's learned that it's my break away from the kids so he's happy if I'm happy.
GREAT! He is very supportive.
Awesome! But also that I'm obsessed with it!
interesting..making him more anxious to learn how to do it.

http://workingmotha.blogspot.com/
Ditto!

Elizabeth said:
A waste to time (unless I could get paid to do it).

He's had a blog for over two years, so he's great with it.

 

http://wvfrugal-wvsaver.blogspot.com/

He used to think that but now that I wrote this book he gets it! http://mymommyisablogger.com

He used to think I was just playing!
A waist of time.

Time consuming unless I receive something free or get paid!

My best friend thinks that blogging is eating into my life, poisoning my soul... cos I am deeply engrossed in the blogging world!

http://www.reanaclaire.com/2011/05/my-two-boys-and-my-girl.html

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