41 Replies to “Blogging: How far has it become?”

  1. I love how far blogging has come. It’s amazing all the things people have accomplished with it and how it can connect you with people from around the world.

  2. Some great thoughts here. I myself started blogging to have a creative outlet and to connect with other mothers. It’s been a great experience so far!

  3. Yes, this is true blogging resembles diary and journaling. We used to journal for a class that I had as a freshman in high school and it seemed to really help me let out a lot of thoughts. I think that it is something that needs to be put into throughout your school years starting from elementary.

    1. I totally agree. It’s just that now, blogging has gone more complexed. Everything and everyone seems to be more open and it has given a lot of chance and opportunity for everyone in any given way. To be themselves, to explore and just be simply happy for doing it.

  4. blogging is all about doing what you’re passionate about and thats why its the best! loved this post xo

  5. I’ve always wrote in a journal in a fear I would forget special moments or really just anything I didn’t want to forget. I remember in junior high Livejournal.com lol!

  6. I love Tacos so yeah 🙂
    and I really liked making slam books, still do, they are like the best thing to escape the online world for a while and know people around you better

  7. This is a really well-written timeline on how Blogging has become what it is today. Since starting, I now read more blogs than mainstream sites.

  8. I love that they are a record for others in parts of the world we are not to connect with us and also for my kids to read when they are older. Mine are already thrilled they will be able to find and cook the meals they love when they leave home (they are aged 6 and 9!!!!)

    1. yes, that was my main goal. every family has their own specialty or special recipes that they want to keep passing on to their offspring and some friends as well. I want to keep my recipes “alive” even when I’m gone, so that my children and their own can still get to taste comforting food they have loved eating while growing up. Yes, good for them! I’m so happy for your kids that they treasure it already at a very young age…:)

  9. Thanks for sharing! Very interesting! The nature of blogging has changed over the years. I personally have had many different types of blogs from recipes to book reviews.

  10. Very interesting! I definitely see the connection between the diary, journal, and blogging. I started a blog as a journal for myself, and didn’t publish anything, as it truly was just a journal for myself. I have stopped that blog and the blog I now run is for a whole different purpose!

    1. Thanks Jacqueline…Blogging is just now more open compared to our “diary” and/or “journal” days.
      People sharing their everyday lives more often now too, experiences, feelings, observations etc etc
      wherein before, you only get to tell a couple of family here and some friends there. Goodluck on your blogging too!

  11. This is really informative, it’s amazing how much it has evolved and now turned into an opportunity for a business and income 💗

    1. Thanks Heather! Yes, it is so true! We all have our own stories to tell. We just need to make sure to be more creative, ensure great content and be interesting most of the time lol

  12. I’d never heard of a slam book. That’s so interesting! Thanks for sharing. I was concerned that there were already too many bloggers when I started, but I’ve found that everyone has such a different style that no two blogs are the same! Love your blog and new recipes. Please continue to post!

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