Writing is built into my blood vessels. I feel lost when I don’t.
I could snap and edit pretty photos all day long.
It gives me a platform to share my oh-so-important thoughts with the world.
Blogging allows me to sell my products and courses, so I don’t have to work for someone else. Score!
It allows me to work from home in my comfy pajamas or a cute Anthropologie romper, depending on my mood.
It grants me an excuse to buy fresh flowers for my desk.
Blogging challenges me to better—to be someone worth following.
It provides a reason to scour Pinterest for hours. (Check out and follow my boards here.)
It justifies my addiction to experimenting with color, prints and patterns.
It gives me that gushy “I’m-making-a-difference” feeling.
Blogging helps me focus my thoughts into bite-sized, consumable pieces.
It makes it more likely that my husband will support me when I tell him I wanna buy that light pink vintage camera because it would look darling in my photos.
It gives me a way to share the creative aspects of my life with other creatives.
It pushes me to write better and more often.
It helps me develop my unique voice.
But, really, my main reason for blogging is: it gives me a way to connect with YOU.
Now, I’m turning the mic over to you: Why do you blog?
Please share your reasons in the comments below!