Carey @ Life in the Carpool Lane came up with these questions for when you have nothing else to blog about.
Thank goodness! I'm never prepared for Mondays.
So I give you The Bloggity Blog Blog Tag:
Where are you blogging right now?
At work; 98% of the time this is where I'm blogging from.
How many unpublished posts do you have in your 'draft' box?
None. Why keep all this genius to myself?!
Whose blog inspired you to start your own?
I don't know that it was one person. First, I found the "savings" blogs. Then I found a few cooking blogs and I was hooked. If you go back, waaayy back, you can see the first few posts were written with those topics in mind.
When do you usually publish your posts?
After I get to work in the mornings. Occasionally, I will have them done early enough to use post-options and set the time for early morning but it's pretty rare that I think that far ahead.
In your guesstimation, how many blogs do you read?
20-30 everyday; more when I have time to check my google reader.
How long have you been blogging for?
June 5th was my blogiversary. :o)
Why did you start blogging?
I don't know that I have an exact reason, but it seemed like fun to be able to write whatever you wanted to. Then when I started to get comments, it was really fascinating to see other people's opinions on what I was writing.
Why do you keep blogging?
I've built some great relationships with other bloggers. I love to read what's happening in their lives and share my life with them.
If you could only recommend one blog to a friend, which one would it be?
That's a tough one. I read an odd selection of blogs - everything from cooking, to savings, mommy blogs & ones that are definitely not for the PG rated peeps. Sorry, but I'm bowing out of this question. I recommend EVERYONE on my blogroll.
If the internet was "turned off" for one month, what you you do with all the time you used to spend blogging?
Ideally, I would organize my home, file papers at work and maybe tackle a few projects I've been avoiding.
Truthfully, I would be bored and overcompensate by watching more worthless reality TV or reading more.
As Carey said, feel free to grab this and pass it on!