Last week I posed a question about choosing between coffee and blogging. Most of you said blogging would win. In fact, I even said blogging would handedly win over blogging for me. So, I decided to up the ante this week. If you had to choose between shopping and blogging, __________ would win.
Now, this is a little bit harder for me. I do enjoy shopping -- a lot. But, if I had to choose, I think blogging would win again, but just barely? What about you?
At this point in my life, blogging would win over shopping. The reason: I enjoy writing with or without the kids in tow; shopping, on the other hand, is a chore when the kids are with me. And, I will have a new laptop next week.
Blogging hands down! And this comes from an avid shopper. Sadly, the economy and the state of my marketing consulting business has a lot to do with this. I use my energy writing instead of shopping so I guess it's a good thing, right? At least that's what I'm telling myself. Truth is, even if business were booming I'd rather blog than shop!
For me, well, blogging is free. But shopping is so much fun. If the money were given to me, I'd have to go with Shopping first. But if I had to provide the money, well the Blogging. I guess that's not a fair answer
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