Daily Routine (not in any order)
Two hours writing posts for my 6 blogs; two hours writing guest posts for other websites; three hours reading other people's blogs/commenting; one hour trying to learn about advertising, rankings, linking, twitter, etc. That's one full 8-hour day!
It really depends from week to week. Since my blog is craft-based, and it's a hobby vice a job, I only blog when I have something to say. Some weeks it would be 10-15 hours; other weeks it's only a few hours.
Oh I am so glad I am among nonjudgemental, like-minded women. Otherwise, I may appear as "odd".
I spend about 40+ hours blogging and everything that goes along with reviews, giveaways and my favorite, commenting!
Yikes. Well, my hubby would say too many hours. Between both of my sites, plus keeping up with e-mails and reading other blogs - probably 20-30 hours a week. Mostly at night after the kids are in bed. It takes up a lot of time - but I love it! :)
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