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Why Even the Smallest Blog Matters

I don’t know about you, but I have a little blog. I don’t reach thousands a day and I’m guessing my site can be found on page 3,876 of Google search results. So why am I blogging on MomCrunch you ask? Hey, be nice.

For little bloggers like me, it’s easy to peek at those analytics and feel discouraged. While our emotional health and blogging mojo should never hinge on our site stats, I’m blogger enough to admit that they sometimes do.

No matter the size of your blog, I’m here to remind you that your blog matters…maybe even more than you realize.

Your blog is worth so much more than the number of people who read it. Whether you realize it or not, your blog is changing you.

Aside from the obvious freedom of speech that blogging provides, there’s the knowing that whatever we share with the universe will be read by the person who needs to hear it most. We might not know when it happens, but we need to trust that it happens.

I get comments today on a miscarriage post I wrote two years ago to the sound of crickets. The moment I hit publish on that post, I reclaimed a piece of myself. My blog was changing me. The comments received today reaffirm my belief that what we share matters. Our words will be found by the right people in the right time when they need to hear them most.

Keep sharing your truth through brave and personal blogging. Do it for you. Do it for the rest of us.

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