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

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I like to tell others about how I save with coupons. Blogging also give me a chance to vent or write. 

I like your statement. Very true.  Sometimes the people within our everyday just don't understand. 

Alicia Ledesma said:

I blog because its my outlet to the world that's outside of my home.

i like to teach and share others moms that motherhood is not rocket science.  i grew up pretty much alone... tv or a notebook and paper.  brother always took the tv.   have real poor memory and like to document things and not forget where i out it down.  this way, i only need to know my URL and i am there.  my blog is only for me but the few who have come by are repeat visitors.

I blog because its my way of venting and doing something thats just for me. My little thing that no one in my household does. Its all about me for a change.

... it's a creative outlet for me to put my thoughts to "paper".  I've also found that it's a great place to share all the new tricks my son learns!  I know one day I'll love being to look back at all those stories about him. 

I blog because I want the angel babies to be remembered. 

Sara

I have no memory anymore and it is great way of charting my kids milestones and daily happenings. I wouldn't remember their birthdays if I didn't blog about them!!

LOL. I know what you mean!

sleepingKelly said:

I get tired of talking to myself.

I want to share and learn from others.

I started blogging because I wanted to connect with other mothers. I don't have many mom friends.

I love to share thoughts, inspirations and also things that I learn...hoping to help others from what I've experienced.  :)

I'm an Ob/Gyn, and I think it's a cool way to share medically sound information, to connect with patients, my community, and colleagues.

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