I would love to do this as a job.
blogging would be so much better if i'd get paid a bunch to sit in cafe's with my laptop ang blog away.
but in that case, what will I write about, with the kiddies all far away, nice and tidy with the nanny?
Although I would like a prettier blog, I guess it wouldn't actually help me with what is blogging and writing. I just need more time. As others have said it is so hard to concentrate sometimes and my posts turn out to be something less interesting after trying to write it for four hours!
... I didn't have to explain to non-bloggers what a "blog" is.
... I could get a post done before 11pm
... the tutorials would put themselves together
... the pictures didn't have to be edited to look "pretty."
... I could meet some of y'all in person : )
... it paid the bills!
Not that I'm complaining!
Blogging is AWESOME because...
... I get to do it on my schedule
... it is an opportunity to share my creative side with the world
... I've met some amazing people through my blog (or their blogs... or both), that I never would have known otherwise
... friends who've known me for years now get to see that "creative side."
... even when I stay home all day in sweats, I'm still given an opportunity to connect with others
... I have y'all to share this amazing ride with! : )
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