…it’s all about you and that’s okay.
…you’ve tried a 30 day challenge or went vegan, Paleo or gluten-free.
“And it occurred to me that there is no such thing as blogging. There is no such thing as a blogger. Blogging is just writing — writing using a particularly efficient type of publishing technology.” -Simon Dumenco
…you put salad in your smoothies and your oats in a jar.
…you know the difference between a tweet, Twitter, a DM, a RT and a tweep and roll your eyes when people confuse them.
…you stay up at night thinking of what oatmeal creation the morning will hold.
A novice blogger knows he can write about anything. A veteran blogger realizes he shouldn’t.
…you make your first $100 from advertising on your blog and feel rich, even though earning that meant 30 hours of work and $110 to set the blog up.
…half the photos on your iPhone are of food.
…you pain your nails so they look good on camera.
“I believe the term “blog” means more than an online journal. I believe a blog is a conversation. People go to blogs to read AND write, not just consume.” -Michael Arrington
…you eat weird foods and try new workouts that none of your friends have heard of.
…you hang out with new people and they ask if they’re going to “be on the blog.”
…you immediately edit your blog after a breakup.
“The bottom line is that blogging is like sex. You can’t fake it. You can’t fake passion. You can’t fake wanting to engage with the public. If you do, it will ultimately be an unsatisfying experience for both the blogger and their readers.” -Kevin Anderson
…you know you’re a blogger when you stop taking pictures for memories, and start taking them for the blog. -Laura
…when you choose to go out instead of sitting on the couch because the pictures are better. -Mary
…you take pictures of your placemat collection. -Stephanie
…your kids say, “I better not see that on the blog.” -Susan