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

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Made me laugh out loud.
I like to keep journals but I never seem to be able to sit down and actually write in them. I figured I am on the computer pretty much most of the day and could easily keep an online "journal" So far it is working out perfectly, plus I'm meeting a lot of different people and learning about their lives as well which is fun :o)
I have two blogs. One I use for memes, book reviews, and my general mayhem opinions. (http://sparedchange.blogspot.com) The other I just started and am dedicating as a family blog, where I will share my thoughts on motherhood and military life. (http://sergeantmommy.blogspot.com)
I'm hoping to expand my reader base on both and generate great discussions between myself and new friends.
I like to write down things that keep me up at night. In list format.
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

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