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

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no one listens to me in my house!
I love to write. I always have and now I can! Even if no one reads my posts, I'll keep blogging.
To helps me remember important thing and ideals that I don't want to forget.
To helps me remember important thing and ideals that I don't want to forget.
Its my me time, I love meeting new moms and it keeps my sanity :)
Because I travel alot and need some place to put all those silly things I encounter that no one would believe if I were to tell them. LOL! Check mine out here: http://mavismoments.blogspot.com/
motherhood is a journey in my life that I never want to forget. I blog about the joys, frustrations and humour of bringing up a child. How life is always easier when I see it as half full. Blogging is a great networking tool to know other moms and to encourage each other in this parenting journey.
I love to make Nursery Rhymes for my kids - http://twitter.com/NurseryTweets
I started blogging ~ blasian baby notes http://blasianbabynotes.blogspot.com/

because I wanted to share with my other mommies friends. Sending individual emails got to be to hard. But after blogging for a while I found a voice for something that was needed more of online...the voice of a black women parenting an asian and black biracial child.
I've discovered that it allows me to remain connected, not only to the outside world, but to myself. I get to write again, something I've always loved doing. I get to document the big things, as well as the little things. Im able to share, ask, create, read, learn, all through this little big world of blogging.
I blog because it is euphoric every time someone responds about how I've helped them. It makes me feel like my world isn't as small.
Hi new here. I blog partly because I'm a professional writer (and it's nice to be able to write without deadlines or editors or briefs!). But also I blog because I think it's great self-therapy (and a lot cheaper than seeing a shrink!). I dunno if it's OK to include links in the forum but I recently posted on this at my second blog - you can click here to read it as it explains my blogging journey!

It's also a great way to make friends - and so many of my 'cyber-buddies' are now real-life friends......
Looking forward to meeting you all here - wow, it's a big group!

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