Friday, January 18, 2008


Ok, so I know it's been a week since I posted--sorry. A friend of mine, who will remain nameless, (lol) says that they can't believe I haven't posted anything else and that I should be blogging more often....I am just having a hard time finding anything to blog about that I think anyone other than me would be interested in reading. Does anyone have any ideas that would help me with that? How do you decide what you are going to blog about and what you should really just keep to yourself? What makes something "blog worthy" to you?


K.T. is Mommatude said...

Well my rules for my own blog-with the exception of one occasion is

No religion
No politics
No in depth marital problems
No in depth financial issues

everything else is game.Of course,that is my own preference because I quite enjoy alot of blogs that do discuss those issues,but I think,if it makes me smile or laugh,is a random thought,or is something about my babies then I will blog away.I mean,I just blogged about potted meat the other day...LOL,cant get more boring than that.If you go back to when I first started,I couldnt ever think of anything either...
Hang in there-it will come to you.

Rosjuane said...

Oh girl anything goes as long as it's not ugly to anyone on here. I've blogged about my panty size before!! LOL

dean said...

ok, here's my panty size:

nah, on second thought, i think i'll save that for my own blog. obviously KT and i disagree on the no religion, no politics thing. in the beginning, i really didnt have much intentions on blogging about politics, and i really don't much, but when something political strikes a chord, i'll write about it.

RELIGION, however... well, that is the main purpose i started blogging. i may tend to over-spiritualize too many things, but i see a lot of spiritual application in everyday situations.

what i absolutely wouldn't blog about, as KT also says, is marital problems. i feel that would be a betrayal of my spouse. but any other topic (in good taste) would be up for grabs for me.

of course, when all else fails, whip out the camera :-)

Shelley said...

nothing is out of bounds, except discussing people besides myself's personal situations.