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  1. skinnygirlrobbins

    So...this is my first time to blog ever. I'm twenty-eight, which seems a little old to be such a virgin. Honestly, so far it's been a little nerve wracking. What is I don't say enough? What if I say too much? What if I say it wrong? It seems like I'm being too pedantic. Etc.

    Any old-timers had these feelings when they were first-timers? Or maybe a first-timer that feels that way, too? Or were you all just confident from the beginning. (PS. I will most likely hate you if everyone says "yes" to that!)

    The blog I need help with is

  2. If I were you, I wouldn't be concerned about how much or what you blog. It's your personal blog. You can write as much and whatever you want. I learned that over time. I always used to feel like I was writing something that could be misread or was simply just not a good thing to blog about in the first place.

  3. I don't pander to potential readers, I have written what I have written to get it off my chest or to share something I found amusing, if others don't like what I am writing then screw them :) write for you, someones bound to like it!

  4. skinnygirlrobbins

    I promised I would hate you for not commiserating, but I guess your advise is too good for actual feelings of hate. Thanks.

  5. You can hate me if you want, it's how I prefer things :D

  6. skinnygirlrobbins

    Well, I'm sorry to disappoint you. But, hey, maybe try saying something really rude...or punch a baby or something. Then I think I could hate you...probably.

  7. Hmmm, I'm too nice a guy to say something really rude out of nowhere... Spose we'll just have to be BFFs whatever that means.

  8. I thought you meant that you were blogging about babies for a moment! I wouldn't worry. You are at least old enough to have content that should appeal to a wide audience so let the thoughts flow!

  9. @skinnygirlrobbins
    Are you just looking to smooze and chat? Or are you seeking some blog advice? If your answer is "yes" to the second question I do have some to offer.

  10. skinnygirlrobbins

    @timethief Actually the first, but I will gladly accept the second.

    @ardpete. If you are using BFF the way junior high girls use it (which is the only way I've heard) then it means that we need to giggle together (excessively) until next week when I steal your boyfriend and you go on Facebook and call me a slut.

  11. Hehehehehehehehe

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