Blogging Bureaucracy


In a time of comparing ourselves to one another, doubting our self worth, our ‘worthiness’ to be doing something, (whether is be writing, running, cooking, teaching, making art…etc) this is some great insight on owning it. Remembering why you are doing it and to just keep doing it–cuz that’s what you do. Thanks Becca!

Originally posted on Not a Red Head:

A blog is a space in which to log entries of any kind. A blogger is one who fills the spaces of his or her web log with such entries. The goal is to produce quality content that we enjoy and love. This should be the reason we begin blogging and why we continue. To produce our passions.

So when did being the spectator become more important than being the producer?

When I began blogging, it was hard to ignore the blogging bureaucracy. Like most, I quickly learned the rules of the trade.  They aren’t easy to miss. Guides to blog success are posted at every major intersection of the internet like big electronic billboards: Interact with the right bloggers! Read read read! Don’t forget to comment! Participate in the blogging community! Guest post and reblog!

Got it.

So, upon the birth of 25toFly and my discovery of WordPress, I immediately…

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