Keep a camera in my hand at all times! I find that I am constantly saying, "oh I should take a picture of that to post on my blog." Also, while pausing for a pic I can 'stop and smell the roses' way more often than I used to. My camera fits nicely in my purse so I have it with me wherever I go, but until I started blogging I rarely used it.
All of the above. I enjoy writing and would love to write a book. Or, I'd just like to sit at home and blog all the time. But then all the blog-guilt piles on because I'm on the computer too much already.
Blogging makes me want to blog more!!! I find that, when something happens in the day, big or small, I think, "I'm going to blog about this" and begin writing the post in my head! One of the other commenters mentioned that they keep a camera in their purse at all times...good idea! I always see things I wish I had my camera to take a pic of! But, ours is older and larger, so it's not that convenient to carry in my purse. That is my Mother's Day wish, a new, smaller camera!!!
Oh, and I am starting my own Virtual Assistant Business, so I'm imagining some professional blogging will come along with that!
I find myself just wanting to write more! I can't even begin to list how many times during the day I start a blog "rough draft" in my head; of course, most of them don't get written thanks to all of life's distractions.
I'd also like to become a professional blogger; while I haven't been blogging long, I really enjoy it.
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