Who shouldn’t blog
Friday, July 24, 2009/
I find that my blog is interspersed with business and personal information.
I don’t write it for the exposure, it has replaced the age old letter writing practices that I used to subject myself to. I am not a fast typist, but my hand writing is simply atrocious. Typing a letter to a family member or friend is just a lot harder than blogging to all at the same time.
Saves on postage, too.
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