Are you a blogging monster?

Ten signs you’re turning into a blogging monster…RAHHHH

Blogging Monster

1) Every moment has to be captured and recorded. Everything is a blog post waiting to happen.

2) Sometimes you over-share with the world. What a dirty word ‘over-sharing’.

3) You have more friends online than in real life and can talk more openly with them.

4) Your non-blogging friends ‘just don’t get it’.

5) You always have a camera on you! Just incase!

6) You love #Twitter parties, competitions, RT’ing interesting stuff and getting occasional freebies.

7) You get fixated on the numbers, whether it be your @Tots100Β ranking, BiBs nominations or blog stats.

8) You’re devastated when you can’t attend a blogging event and feel you’re missing out.

9) You sometimes need to pull the car over just to mind-dump your ideas for posts on your tablet. Or wake up at night to write in your journal. You have more than 10 drafts on the go.

10) You compare yourself to other blogs and get disheartened easily.

Next week, I’m going to tell my mummy how to stop becoming a blog monster and help her addiction πŸ™‚

Does any of this ring true for you guys?

Lots of love Bella x

The List

18 thoughts on “Are you a blogging monster?

  1. Great post – I try not to get caught up on all of these.I’m guilty of taking loads of photos just in case but I don’t really have time to worry about the other stuff #PoCoLo

  2. Once you get started it can definitely be addicting! Plus it seems to really grow your blog and online presence you need to put in a lot of time. Good thing it is fun πŸ˜‰

  3. I began reading this with a little trepidation as I thought I was going to tick every box. Thankfully I’m not a blogging monster! My one thing is the camera – I do take it everywhere and do take a lot of snaps, but this is largely for my own interest and pleasure. I share a lot of my photos on my blog, but not too many in isolation on my social media. I (thankfully) couldn’t give a toss about my Tots ranking, because it is falling at a consistent and awful rate each month.

    So I’m breathing a huge sigh of relief! Hehe – and no judgement on the blogging monsters out there – I actually do get it! xx

    #TheList

  4. Ha these are all so true! I don’t do the whole over-sharing thing but I do constantly try and find a way to blog about everything we do! I’m also definitely more likely to talk about real things with online friends. #saddo

  5. I used to relate to all of these! Now, not so much. I think once you find your find your rhythm in the blogging world you let some of these feelings go. A brilliant post. Thank you for linking to #PoCoLo x

  6. I think I may be at least half way there if not more!! ha! Great post, thanks for linking up to #Thelist xx

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