If I had to choose between shopping and blogging, __________ would win.

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?

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Blogging would win hands down. Now if it were dark chocolate or Diet Coke, I'd have to think about it a little bit more!
Blogging. No contest. I'm not a big shopper.
You know, I never thought I would say this but blogging has now taken over my shopping time. Crazy, I know! LOL!
my 14 month old son
Blogging would win. If I had some extra money to go shopping with shopping might win but I highly doubt it. Blogging has taken over my life ;-) Anything that happens in my life I instantly think oh that's so blog worthy! LOL
Blogging would win.. I don't drink coffee :)


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