“For good or ill, most committed bloggers live with the constant question in their mind: Is this bloggable? This could become a neurosis, but I’ll put a positive spin on it: It nurtures a habit of looking for insight and wisdom and value in every situation, no matter how mundane.
If you live life looking for what is worthwhile in every little thing, you will see more of what God has to teach you…you will find that the new things you’ve seen and learned enrich far more of your life than just your blog.”
Thank you, Abraham Piper, for putting a positive spin on it. I get laughed at often for my frequent statement that, “I should blog about that!” and still keep making it. It’s a lot of fun for the teacher in me to share the random, fun, and delightful things that surround me. Beyond that, I have become more aware of those things since I started blogging, and I like that.
Another reason I blog: to procrastinate. There’s no greatness or joy in that, though, so 2 sentences is all it gets.