Blogs: Really Fit Me!
Have you ever been in a jeans shop and found one pairs that were really fit for you? It’s the same way I feel about blogging. Blogs really fit me! I love writing, but I don’t like writing diary. I love telling my friends about my current life, but sometimes I’m too busy to tell them all.
That’s why I have so many reasons to answer the question: ‘why do you love blogging?’ or ‘why should I have blog?’!
1. It’s like writing a diary that will be read by the world! Yeah, it can’t be too personal; people will know your secrets. But by blogging, you can tell people about your life, your thoughts, your styles, and everything they need to know about you. It’s a personal publicity, about you, written by someone who knows you the best: yourself!
2. By blogging, you have recorded documentation about your life. Reading your previous posts will remind you of what happened that time, what you thought, and how you reacted to something. Years later, you can still find who you were in the past. It’s better than diary because it is a digital file.
3. You may get some new friends from the readers who give comments in your blog. Or at least, you will know how people think about your posts. If you love writing and dream to be a writer, their comments can be a good evaluation for you.
4. You don’t have to write it well! You can use any kind of language: slang, pidgin, and formal, whatever suits your mood. You write paper, articles, news, for others; but you write blogs for yourself!
5. You become a writer, editor, and publisher at the same time! You are the one who decide which post to be published and which to be saved as draft.
6. You can write your greatest ideas! If someday someone steals your idea from the blog, you have recorded evidence that you are the owner of the idea!
7. It’s just so easy and so fun to do!
8. By have blogs, you are telling the world that you are an up-to-date and sophisticated person. Even politicos like Norodom Sihanouk have blog!
So, will you still think that blogging is unnecessary? Write one! Have one! And welcome to the club!