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You Might be a Blogger If . . .

Recently, I wrote a post about things that set moms apart from the rest of the world. The other day, while sitting in the teacher’s lounge, I commented that I wished I had my good camera so I could take a picture of my lunch. The teachers looked at me like I’d been sniffing dry erase markers. It hit me then that bloggers think a little differently than non-bloggers and I came up with a list of things that set bloggers apart from the rest.

Here, in no particular order, is my top ten list of clues that you might just be a blogger.


  • 10. 1 of 10
    10.
    You take mutliple pictures of your food before taking a bite. Sometimes, you take pictures of every step of the food preparation as well.
  • 9. 2 of 10
    9.
    When your kids paint themselves and every conceivable surface in the house with Desitin, or color their faces with magic marker, you don't freak out, yell, or start cleaning. You go for your camera.
  • 8. 3 of 10
    8.
    You're frequently writing blog posts in your head and/or writing little notes to yourself on your iPhone about future posts.
  • 7. 4 of 10
    7.
    You're an expert at getting your point across in 140 characters or less and think there should be some sort of social media award for having the ability to shorten a 362 character thought into 140 letters.
  • 6. 5 of 10
    6.
    You have something of an addiction and can't be without access to the internet for more than a couple minutes. I mean, what if someone comments on your amazingly witty Facebook post? This is information you need to know immediately! In addition, you'll fight any person (and win) for a coveted outlet in any given airport.
  • 5. 6 of 10
    5.
    You get a dozen PR pitches a day and 9 out of 10 are from clueless people who think you'll work for free/for a coupon/for a chance to win a gift card/for the honor of reading their stupid press release.
  • 4. 7 of 10
    4.
    You know what html is and you can use it to do fun things like cross out words you've written create profound blog posts.
  • 3. 8 of 10
    3.
    You have more online friends than real friends.
  • 2. 9 of 10
    2.
    When you go to blogging events, people address you not by your name, but by your blog name or twitter handle. "Oh, hey there, mom2my6pack!" "Oh my gosh, it's Because I Said So! I'm so happy to meet you!"
  • 1. 10 of 10
    1.
    You have a hard time adjusting from the online world where you're famous, to the real world where you're just an ordinary mom. Sometimes you expect people to roll out a red carpet for you when you walk down the street, and you get a little ticked off when people don't cater to your every whim. I mean, don't they know who you are online?

Now, it’s your turn, my brilliant blogger friends. What sets you apart from the rest?

Article Posted 5 years Ago

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