There have been quite a few posts on the blogosphere of late, where people are questioning the amount of time blogging, or engaging on social media. I felt that this was one area I was improving in, (and my my Klout score proves it), but according to the people in my life, I have a long way to go.
I’ve spent the last few days seriously thinking about how I can limit my online time, and set some boundaries, so that the image my kids get of me, is not always a profile. In God’s perfect timing, Taylah asked me if she could blog like me. I said that I would love her to write me a post, and when she asked what to write about, I suggested she write about having a mum that’s a blogger. I realised the potential slap across the face this could be, but I wasn’t quite ready for this…
hi hi my name is Taylah I’m jesses girl …..now having a mum that blogs is cool but sad at the same time. the awesome thing is in Blogging competitions she can win cool things
The bad thing is that nearly all day they sit around on their IPads,IPhones,laptops and computers and just blog or their on face book and some twit. another great thing is
That us kids still get to see our mums it’s not like they have gone to
Adelaide or china they are just with you every where you go, now some good advice you mums out their
Make sure your not always blogging make sure you have time for your kids because
Kids get a bit sad sometimes.I get a bit sad when my mum blogs
But at leased I still have her in my family.
Having had the chance to think about this, I know it’s not as bad as it sounds. I’m not giving excuses or justifications. Over the next few days I plan to follow up this post with my own, so please come back to read that too.
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