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

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i blog because i have a tough time not having a "job" and miss certain aspects of what i used to do, so this let's me keep a finger on those talents.. www.looksiebaby.com
I love to write and aspire to help people (and make them laugh!)
I blog because no one else will listen when I talk...
I blog because it is free therapy.
I blog for a variety of reasons:

- It's fun and I enjoy writing.
- I have friends & family that like to read my posts about the kids and our life.
- It helps me have a place to dump my thoughts and share my opinions.
- It's a great way to meet other people with similar interests and to find good reading material, i.e. other blogs!
On my personal one I blog because I can express myself. My WAHM blog, I just like the format of the blog for what I put on there.
It's stress relief and a way to connect with other moms!
We blog because it lets us remember things! Through Myspace and Facebook as we posted life's updates for friends and family to see, we would find ourselves months later saying, "When did we do such and such?" and we could check one of the sites and see the date and time and then say, "Oh yeah!".

Blogging lets us do the same thing but in larger portions. :)
I blog because that's the only time my girl does not disturb me. She thinks I'm doing work......
I guess I blog for the same reasons many of your blog. It gives me an outlet outside of the home.

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