Yesterday on a run, I realized the value of blogging.  Personally, it has done great things for me. 

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How has blogging changed you?

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Blogging has inspired me to travel the world and write about what I love. After five years of blogging, I have finally found my voice. I admit that I am a blogpreneur ( I own several different blogs) and I write about what I love. 

Blogging is my way of sharing with the world!

blogging has given me the confidence to be or try to be me, be proud & not to hide -

Im starting to accept the person I really am and not worry too much about what others think of me.

hmm for  me blogging makes me more active in English language
Blogging has given me an outlet to express my thoughts and feelings about parenting a kid with Asperger's.  I feel more peaceful since I have been blogging.
Blogging has provided me with an outlet to voice my opinions to a broad range of people,  try new and unique brands,  find out about products that I never knew exsisted, create relationships with great companies and share my thoughts and opinons with the world!

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