Hardcore bloggers are the ones who go all the way out to explore the blogosphere and to support their fellow bloggers; I consider myself to be one of those people.
At times, it can be a bit tough to turn on the PC to post something and visit the blogs of others (Especially, when one has sleep in their eyes and they can hear the bed whispering their name from a distance).
When I am in need of sleep, I will still come on for a brief moment and have a bit of fun; this makes sense since I would be doing myself an injustice if I ignored my body’s request for sleep and stayed on for a lengthy period. Besides, I really enjoy blogging.
WordPress makes the whole process of blogging a worthy one. When a WordPress account holder explores the Reader feature, they can get so deeply immersed in it and lose their sense of time (It is like intending to stay on for only fifteen minutes and realising that a whole hour has passed).
Are you as fond of blogging as I am? Maybe, some of you are and then there are probably those who have quietly asked: “So, what is the big deal?”
Well, just in case some of you have been wondering: “What is this big fuss about blogging?” I would be most happy to explain. A blogger can share things from their perspective and their perspective might not necessarily be that of the mainstream media. They can go in-depth on educational topics or any topic that they choose to elaborate on.
Bloggers enjoy sharing their experiences with their readers. For example: a blogger may notice that there are a lot of people who do not know how to keep their white clothing clean and bright-looking. So, they decide to share with their readers their advice on laundry.
Also, there are highly intelligent people within the blogosphere — people who are gifted in the areas of spirituality, cooking, photography, philosophy, art and craft, etcetera.
So, never underestimate the concept of blogging and think that it is all rubbish.
I will do my part within the diverse blogosphere to contribute my figurative pearls of wisdom.
Never forget that you too are capable of making a difference in the blogosphere; your posts might be inspiring someone or better yet a group of people.
So, from my humble perspective, logging in to one’s own blog is way better than not logging in at all; that is why I do it on a daily basis.
Whether I am sleepy or well-rested, I will be there for you.