I follow through google friend connect or through RSS and feel like I'm missing so much...how do you make sure you stay on top of those blogs you want to keep current with?

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I read mine through the blogger dashboard! When I follow a blog it updates on the dashboard. never miss a beat!
I have the same problem... being a working mom, not all the time can I read all the blogs I have followed. But Google Reader is one way of speeding things up. =) Organize the blogs to your liking and you will be one step ahead.

I tried going through my blog roll before but some of them are not updated so most of the time I keep visiting the site with no updates. :(

Google reader is a really great tool. Getting used to it and browsing on it 2-3 hours a day would be enough. ;)
I'm also a Google Reader girl. Blogs are organized by category into folders so I don't go crazy. I also use the Google homepage (iGoogle) so all of the headlines of my top blogs show up on my home page whenever I go online. I do try keep up with everyone, even if it's only popping in once or twice a month to check in. Twitter help a lot.
I add the feeds of the blogs I follow to my reader. That way I can comment on all of them when I open my email program :)
google reader & i have been organizing them into different folders.
I make it a point to read at least three followers a day until I get to read them all, then do it all over again... :P

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