What kind of blogger am I?

Hello, my pretties! How are you all doing? Well,  I hope!

Here I am again today to talk about random stuff with you all. Brace yourselves. You’ve been warned.

So, I’m one of those bloggers who like reading a lot about blogging, for whatever reason. It’s not like I ever follow anyone’s advice, but I still like reading it. Go figure.

One of the questions one is usually asked when they are in these groups is ‘what kind of a blogger are you’? Oh, boy, that’s a tricky one. I always hesitate when it comes to answering this question. What should I say?

Well…

I am the kind of blogger… who really enjoys doing this.

I am the kind of blogger… who wishes she had more time to post here.

I am the kind of blogger… who really enjoys reading and replying to comments.

I am the kind of blogger… who gets very excited when someone likes a post or interacts in any way.

I am the kind of blogger… who loves to read the blogs everyone else has and gets super excited when the person who has commented, liked or followed has a blog I can visit.

I am the kind of blogger… who beats herself up over not posting as often as she’d like.

I am the kind of blogger… who will make the most random posts just because it strikes her fancy.

I am the kind of blogger… who might change blogs one day, but who can’t stay away from blogging. Trust me, I’ve tried.

Well, I guess that’s it.  This is the kind of blogger I am. Someone who started this for fun, but who really loves doing it and meeting fellow bloggers along the way.

It’s your turn now. What kind of blogger are you? Share it with me in the comments!

See you all on the next post! <3

22 thoughts on “What kind of blogger am I?”

  1. I’ve been at this a while, and I’m still trying to figure out what kind of blogger I am! I think I change depending on my interests and the amount of time I can put into blogging. I love your enthusiasm!

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  2. I have absolutely ZERO clue about what type of blogger I am. I’ve never really thought in terms of “types” of bloggers. I guess there are certain types. I think rather than type, though, defining the purpose of the blogger would be something more doable. Why are you a blogger? Why have you chosen to write a blog? I suppose you can categorize and maybe typify that. My purpose is to share some of my thoughts and ideas. I also talk about things I’m doing. I think my purpose there is entertainment and getting feedback. My other purpose is to write. If I exercise the writing muscles, I’m supposed to get better at it. Better doesn’t mean more entertaining to me necessarily, but more capable… better at communicating in written form.
    Yes, I have a purpose… or more than one purpose, but I don’t think I have a type. Thought provoking post, Jay.

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    1. Yay! I love getting your comments, because you always present something that’s kind of a “blind spot” for me. It’s definitely true that purpose is a lot easier – and probably more useful – to define than an elusive type. I’d say my purpose is basically to entertain, form connections and improve my English language expression (or Portuguese, for my other blog). I’m not sure I have any other purpose than these. Maybe to leave something behind I can look back on in the future and see what has changed about how I see life and things. Thanks for the insight, as always!

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  3. This is amazing! You should make it into a Tag, I think it would be incredibly fun and a lot of us have read this and related to it! Definitely with you about feeling guilty when we don’t get to post as much … but, man, if I did I would exhaust myself than I already am! I am the kind of blogger who is exhausted and should probably apply some more self-care, lol! Amazing post. 🙂

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    1. Oh, man, it would definitely be a fun tag, but I always worry I’ll tag people when they’re busy and they’ll feel bad for not having the time. x.x But I’m totally there with you. Maybe we need and Exhausted Blogger Tag! XD I should have posted this weekend, but exhaustion got the better of me. I suppose we’d have a lot of participants… that is, if we’re not too tired to do it. :D

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      1. I don’t ordinarily to tags or awards (any more), but something like this would be fun, plus we’d get to link back to you! 😉 We definitely need an exhausted blogger tag, I post once a week and I’m tired, whew. Is it just me or was it more easy to blog when we all first started? There are some more experienced bloggers who keep to a schedule and churn out a post every 2/3 days, I’m amazed!

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        1. Same, I had so much enthusiasm and time to craft a nice and well planned tag post back when I started. It is a lot of fun, but it’s also a lot of time. I should have thought of that, but maybe I’ll create an open tag in the future, encouraging people to post if they want to and then link back and shoot me their links. This way it’s zero pressure and only those who choose to will post. But yeah, I’d be all lover the exhausted blogger tag. x.x I’m always pushing off a next post, and I’ll do it tomorrow, etc x.x And I know, one of the bloggers I follow posts daily and I’m here like, give me this magic potion, son! I have no energy! x.x

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  4. I really enjoyed this post. It is so relatable and it is one of the most common questions often brought up.

    WhT kind of blogger am I?

    Well… Most of your answers are quite reflective of mine and basically answered your question already.

    I am the type of blogger who yearns for interaction.

    I am the type of blogger who loves to write but seems to get caught up with the realities of life hence I am not able to post as much I want to.

    But personally, I am the type of blogger who hopes and aims to inspire❤️

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    1. Thanks for commenting! It’s great to see that a lot of us really enjoy the connections blogging gives us. I confess I thought I was one of very few bloggers who just wanted to write and meet new people, and I’m glad to see that I was mistaken!

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