I would never post about office politics. Too many people I know read the blog, and this town is not very big. I don't write about sex, either. Mostly because the thought of my dad reading about my sex life makes me need therapy. I have skirted around religion and politics, too. I know what I believe in and don't feel the need to discuss it - and open myself up to trolls!
however, I would like to say Rae Ann...even if Religion is a hard topic...sharing the spiritual journey can be a different conversations then a convesation on Religion. I'm not a fan of Religion either...but the spiritual journey can be a little different.
I think certain blogs it would be okay to talk about sex but since I am married and I have two babies...its a little to personal to talk about something like that....I am very satisfied with my life....but some aren't and need to share...I don't judge them for that at all...then again I don't read it because I am really not interested in reading about someone else's sex life lol.
That's a great question. Although, I am pretty much an open book, I wouldn't want to talk or write about anything my mom or children couldn't read or listen to, I keep it clean. But if I had to narrow it down... the one topic I will not touch on my mom blog is XXX.
i can't really think of anything that I wouldn't absolutely say I'd never post about. My philosphy with my blog has always been that if I want to post it I will. I am not out to make anyone like me, or hate me. It is just me. But I do tend to shy away from politics. I have posted about something political once before, but it has to mean something to me personally for me to post about it.
Politics are a big one for me. I just won't even touch the subject in a large crowd lol. I also think my personal sex life should not be included. Since my blog is geared towards family I think adult content is not needed.
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