People blog for a variety of reasons. Why do you blog?

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I Blog Because, Blogging Increase Traffic! :)
I blog because writing has always been one of the ways I love to communicate. For me, life is about one thing. Learning.
If my writing can join the larger conversation and help others, while allowing me to learn in the process--that's fulfillment.
Rosie Girl Dreams
http://rosiegirldreams.com
Beacuse it's a fun thing to do.
I need an outlet for my creativity. At least I like to think I'm creative. :)
I am a random mama wth random thoughts and Facebook, Twitter is just not enough!!!

Plus since I suck at scrapbooking, it's a great way to post pictures and happenings with my 3 lovely children living overseas in Germany!
I've discovered that I am not alone in my journey for peace and self-discovery or my challenges as a mommy; it is amazing to share experiences and trade stories with other women going through the same things.

GG
http://www.peaceloveprettythings.blogspot.com
Ha! That's what I was gonna say too!!

sleepingKelly said:
I get tired of talking to myself.
...who am i supposed to ramble to but the rest of the world? :-)
I love to write, and I write what I love.
I started blogging because I like to reach out to other women. My plan is to eventually start an online biz and I wanted to learn about the blogging business, so I started my personal blog. Turns out though, I have been going thru a personal struggle with depression and anxiety, who knew that blogging would end up being therapeutic!
Bernice at Ramblings of a Woman
It's a good record for me to reflect upon later and record memories. Also, I think I'm much funnier than my SO does, so I needed a new outlet for my witty banter ;)
I can!

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