Sunday, August 29, 2010

Trip Down Memory Lane

So I looked back to my first posts - back when I thought I was actually going to blog about how much I like fitness and dieting...ha ha ha...that lasted all of not that long - granted I do like to try to keep in shape, but this blog has been so much more to me. 

Here are some of the things I have learned along the way.  Always comment back...even if you don't have time to comment - you can come back 6 months later and let fellow bloggers know you read and appreciate them.  It feels good to let bloggers know you lerk...they know you are there...but say something.

Also as blogging has grown there is a lot of meanness - there are cliques - but stand above that and all will be good.

Blogger is a pretty good platform as is wordpress.  I like each for different things.

If you decide to stop blogging for a while you can come back...the blogs will change and things will be different - but don't stop - take a break - but keep on keeping on - because depending on your goal it will work out.

You don't have to be everything to everyone - we appreciate honesty - put it out there...deny it later if it is that bad but don't be afraid of what others will yourself.

Small thing I have learned but hey it is a Sunday evening...time for bed.


Jill said...

Those are all good tips!

Shanty said...

Loved your comment and absolutely share your opinion that leaving a message is always a healing experience for a blogger. Well done!

Kristy said...

Yes, commenting is good! ;)

lovely to c said...

Ya. Well said. I enjoyed your little Blog Encouragement. Catchy!

Sandra said...

I completely agree. I actually spend more time "lurking" and commenting than posting. I love delving into people's lives and thoughts, and dreams, and's such a priviledge. I look forward to getting to know you!

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