Stop The Madness!

Bloggers Who Complain About Blogging

Why blog, if it makes you miserable? Photo: Writer’s Block 8, courtesy of flickrCC.

As soon as I think I know the reasons people blog, I find bloggers that still mystify me. They are the group that whines incessantly about blogging.

They complain about how they had to start a blog because they failed as a real journalist, they rant about their trials and tribulations of feeling forced to post, they write posts saying they have nothing to say, and the list goes on.

I’m thinking most of these people are adults that aren’t being forced at gunpoint to write.

So why do they do it?

I’m a little offended that these bloggers (especially the one that said they are ONLY blogging because they are a failed journalist) speak so poorly about blogging but continue to blog.

If gaining attention is one of their goals, they can’t count on me to play. I’m not even going to insert links to their latest tirades.

Seriously, if you don’t want to blog…don’t. Save the drama for somewhere else.

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About thewritegirlforthejob

During college, I began my writing career as a reporter for a newspaper. After graduating with honors in 2004, I continued my journalism and public relations education at Barry University and Empire State College(graduating with a BA). As a freelance writer, I have over 100+ published works and have had the honor of authoring the commissioned book, History Restored. Since starting my writing career, I've edited more books for authors rather than complete my own - since work comes first before I have the pleasure to write. I've been very lucky to be given the gift of having a very supportive family that has allowed me to share my passion of creating and writing and can already see my youngest wanting a page of her own soon.
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One Response to Stop The Madness!

  1. Jennifer says:

    This made me laugh. I love it.

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