All of us here blog! We love to blog and it has become a part of us.

But do you chat to your non-blogging friends about your blog? Do they find us boring?


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I have only mentioned my (still new) blog to a couple friends. I'd rather try and build a readership without spreading it amongst the people I know in real life. In fact, I haven't even posted it on my facebook, yet. I'm not too sure if I will.

I don't think they would enjoy hearing about it. So, I'll just share all my blogging woes with my husband. He's the one who got me into it, anyway. ;)

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I don't really talk to my friends about it, they don't seem to get it. My husband, however, listens to me talk about it all the time though!
Everytime if I show my friend my blog from my computer, I'll begin by telling them, NO don't click on the adsense! Only mommy bloggers understand why!
I bring it up occasionally, but again most do not understand the world of Blogging unless you are part of it. I do make them read my posts on occasion though - lol

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