I’ve received so many responses to this simple question – that I’ve had to break them up into multiple posts.
I decided to give ourselves a little break between “sets” in order to think about the responses and then start back up again at a later date. That “later date” has come.
You can view the other parts of the series using the following links:
Now, I do indeed have a few thoughts for you. What a blog post be without?
What I’ve learned from this experience of gathering answers to “Why do you blog?” is that all of our reasons are diverse. Much like this world. We all have a different reason for living. So…respect it. Respect those around you and do your best to be supportive.
Remember…we’re all unique…just like everyone else.
Every side of an argument has the ability to be defended – and that’s what makes this world go round.
Whether we call it “ying and yang” or “good versus evil.”
Let the blogs speak.
Stan Faryna of The unofficial blog of Stan Faryna
I’m so excited that Christian has asked this wonderful question and allowed me an opportunity to share my heart with you. Because, yesterday, I would have given a thoughtful and intelligent answer.
But, today, I share an answer that is overflowing from my heart – an answer that is no less thoughtful and intelligent.
I want you to always feel you are amazing.
And I will feel that I am amazing if I can help you always feel that you are amazing. I think Seal’s song, Amazing, says everything that needs to be said on the matter. I may not get it right. Or not soon enough. But now you know what I am working toward. And it is all about being amazing! You. Me. Us.
Caz of y Travel Blog
I started blogging as I felt like the lessons I learned about myself and life from 14 years of living and traveling around the world was being wasted.
I had this intense desire to share with others in the hopes of, not just providing the knowledge to do the same, but the inspiration.
The knowledge that I am making a difference to the lives of others provides me inspiration to continue blogging. I often receive emails or comments letting me know how someone has been inspired by one of my posts and has learned something that can help them move forward in the pursuit of their dreams.
I also continue to blog because it is my passion. I love getting up of a morning to do this, and I would totally do it for free. My blog allows me to create a place of positivity and encouragement. There is just not enough of this in the world for me to ever stop blogging.
Michael of Mind of Michael
I blog because I enjoy to blog. I blog because I like to make a residual income online (even when I sleep). I blog because I like sharing my knowledge I’ve learned with others.
I also blog because I like connecting with others in my niche. Blogging is fun and I enjoy blogging because of the above reasons!