Do you try to keep your blog geared to a specific topic or theme?
Or do you just blog about whatever is on your mind that day?
I don't have any set criteria for my blog posts, but usually blog about parenting my 5 rough and dirty young folk on our family farm , good old stick to yer ribs country cooking, & getting back to a simpler, more self sufficient way of life.
mine is a mixed bag of my life with my kiddo and exp. as a mom w/ my business mixed nt since it is a part of me. I express myself through my business so it finds it's way onto my blog. I thought about starting a separate one but decided not to.
Mine is about whatever is on my mind at the time I write a post. But I usually end them with a little about what is going on with my family. Just so I can kinda keep a journal about what has been going on in my household. :)
When I started, my intention was to blog more about work, in a kind of behind-the-scenes-of-local-tv-news kind of way (hence the Anchorman reference in my title- www.stayclassy.typepad.com ). Really, I end up blogging about my baby 75% of the time, with the rest divided between work, my husband, and random other stuff. It's too hard to stay on-topic-- I go wherever my mind wanders on any particular day!
I try to stay focused on my niche because I feel Moms need some support in order to feel their creative hobbies are worthwhile. It's so easy to put ourselves and our interests aside for our families and I believe we can have it all if we decide to commit to it...so my long winded answer is - I'm a niche blogger. That said, being a mother and all it entails does factor into my niche topic so I do post about some personal things, I try to keep it to a minimum though.
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