Why I Blog Like I Do

As I get more into the blogging realm, I see there are so many niche writers and blogs. Some are about food, some political, some are techy, some are about parenting, etc.

Mine is obviously all over the place. It may seem sporadic, topic-wise, but there’s a reason for it. And there are general topics on the left column if you’re looking for something specific.

My kids are a huge part of my life, but they’re an addition. My migraines and headaches are a daily issue, but I work around them. I follow politics, but I’m not political. I cook every day, but sometimes it’s frozen pizza. I adore my husband, but I don’t think he’d want me to write about everything he says and does all day.

As time goes on, the blog will grow and there will be more written in each category. Then it will all come together.

6 Responses to “Why I Blog Like I Do”
  1. kden says:

    Love your blog, nice variety of posts. I really liked the one about political correctness. So true.

  2. Signe says:

    Thanks! Hopefully it flows in some general direction… ๐Ÿ˜‰

  3. Wayne says:

    When i started my blog at the top of this year, I had the same concerns….where am I going and what am I going to write about? It’s slowly taken a life of it’s own, and perhaps it will for you too. You never can tell what tomorrow will bring, same is true with web sites. Inspiration comes from the oddest places sometimes.

    I, for one, think you have a great blog here. Entertaining, thoughtful and fun!

  4. betchai says:

    Hi Signe, thanks a lot for leaving a comment in my blog, it is nice kiwing you here through your words. I blog because I get the chance to meet a lot of people and know a lot of places otherwise I may not know about. It is like an open pen-pal thing that I never got the chance to do so when I was younger, maybe I was unaware then, or we could not afford for stamps :). But these days, our blog opens our sharing to a lot more audience in all sides of the world, and I am liking the opportunity to learn.

    Your blog is great, randomness actually provides diversity, and like what you said you are categorizing the topics for someone who wants specifics. Wishing you well,

    Betchai

    betchais last blog post..La Jolla Shores to Torrey Pines State Reserve

  5. Ahoy, mate! I like this blog just as it is–wide variety of posts like the vast sea. Mine is similar, but unfortuanetly I don’t have the cute little category list at top like you. I just have a long list of labels (otherwise known as tags) waaay at the bottom of the sidebar.

    Karen, author of “My Funny Dad, Harry”s last blog post..New Tornado Policy For the Cleveland Area

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