That said I’munna (see that? “I’m gonna” ALL ONE WORD ) jump on board with homegirls Caligator & Gwen Bell’s December project called REVERB10 and slap right in the cheek with a blog post every day. Gwen gave me a shout out for some last minute geek tomfoolery, too, so what I’m saying is GET ON BOARD and reverb it, people.
That meetup was the reason I took the reins on 20 Something Bloggers, something I’ve never regretted. It showed me the heart of a community that’s really changed people’s lives; something I’m proud to be involved in and continuously proud to talk about.
Sometime I feel when I don’t get comments on my posts, they can be a real motivator but that doesn’t stop me from posting as I know that I’m new to this arena. I blog because I have opinions in almost all the things, though I’m not as talented as most of them when it comes to writing skills. But it’s all about learning which I love the most.
Sure, we’re a bit** more agile with technology, but everyone else is catching up fast. Sure, that’s given us a bit of a unique profile when it comes to brands that want to sell us things and employers who want to keep us happy, but that’s their rat race.
You’re still buying things, and you probably work for someone.
For a bunch of people who’ve largely never met to come together in secret to make a video for someone they largely haven’t met, just because it’s the right thing to do, says a lot about everyone involved. I feel fortunate to have joined up.
Today I’m handing my blog over to Brandy, because it’s a better use of the space than anything I’d write. She doesn’t know I’m posting this, and I think she’s probably overwhelmed at how many people have.
We shouldn’t be talking about what really matters, as bloggers. As writers. As gardeners, managers, executives, joggers, eaters. It should not ever ever be a question as to quantity and quality. It should never be a discussion about whether we are all in a room looking to score the most points or whether we’re looking to help one another be better versions of ourselves.
Some are little worlds; written for the author’s enjoyment or a compulsion to keep a running tab on events and fleeting thoughts attached to those events. I think nearly every personal blog lives an early life this way, unless its author was an avid paper diarist.