To be a professional gambler, you need to be a man - at least this is what many media outlets and society as a whole are trying to tell us. Of course, men are seen as being risk-takers but this doesn't necessarily translate into them being the only gender to enjoy playing casino games. Stats show that as many women enjoy a few spins on a Royal Vegas slot machine than…
I love to write. It's an outlet for me. It keeps me sane. Plus, my blog is sort of like a memories keepsake journal of the many wonderful (and not-so-wonderful) little moments in my tikesters' lives... so, yes, I will still write, regardless of whether there will be feedback.
And I agree, it is nice to get feedback. I try hard not to let the number of comments distract me from the fact that I wrote something that I felt the need to express. It should be that I care less about the number of blog friends that commented. Some days I do care too much. I need to stop that. (That's one of the reasons I posted this question :-> )
Blogging as your personal diary is perfect. That's how it all began, right? Web-log = Blog.
And I totally get going into a bit of a panic if I haven't written anything for a couple of days. I feel that way too!
I'd still keep blogging, but since I'm a chatty girl who loves keeping up the latest, I'd miss reading everyone's comments. I try to really read the posts and make good comments. Sometimes I'm in a hurry though, like when I'm commenting for the "commenter clubs" and I just put something generic...sorry! Also some posts really "speak" to me & my experiences, so it's easier to write something personal.
And let's all be honest, who doesn't love the self esteem boost from seeing a few comments listed at the end of one of your posts...someone out there is listening! :)
Well...I would keep blogging too...however for me, for some reason it affirms that someone is listening to me. Not as an attention getter but because I need to know that people understand and can relate to what I am saying. It also tells me how many other people share similar experiences in their own unique way.