i told a friend that i have a blog and for them to check it out and she said "You have a blog?!"...
i dont understand why she said it like that??? are blogs for nerds cause i feel there just for people who need to vent
People can have blogs for different reasons, whether it be to vent, to get honest opinions from an unbiased audience, gather ideas from other readers/writers, document a vacation or study abroad trip, or to keep in touch with family and friends.
Perhaps your friend has an opinion about blogs based on a previous experience. I would ask her?!? I mean, I am well aware I am a nerd, but that was far before I ever started writing on hubpages:)
Blogs are for all sorts of reasons, some are for nerds, some are for people who want to vent their feelings, some are a means for disabled people to get 'out and about' and communicate with the world... You know why you have your blog, use it for that purpose and don't worry about what your friend, or others, think or say about blogs.
I think your mate was secretly envious of you...
If you have found your way on here, then you clearly have something to say.
Look out for debbiesdailyviews,,,and as soon as I see you, I for one will be interested in what your blogs are about.
You will find this a great place to write your thoughts.
And it wont take long at all to build up followers.
Hope you get blogging, and I will look forward to reading what you have to say .
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