So you’ve been blogging for ‘some’ time. Apart from living your ‘other’ life, this has taken a significant portion of you time and effort. People around you have always wondered why this is so important to you.
It is probably the first unstructured tag ever. No five or seven or eight or ten things about you, or about your lover. No, not about the books you read, or the movies you see. No limit to the words that you can use, no specific words that you should use (though I am tempted)
There is a context however, and here it is: it has to be about your blogging experience, link us to what you believe are some of your best posts – tell us (at least now) why they are important to you – what you like about them. Keep it as free form as a possible – tell us a story. Tell us what blogging has meant to you, notwithstanding the opinion of the media (or anyone else).
Then, more importantly, do this tag as an introspection – not as a chore – do it because (and if you believe in blogging) – the experience that it has meant to you.
Do you need to tag anyone? How many people? I leave that to you – if you have understood the essence of the tag – you will know whom and how many to tag.
There isn’t a time limit – there isn’t even a compulsion.
If you can add categories or labels, may I suggest – that you add ‘blogexperience’ as a category or a label when and if you choose to do this tag.
A tag – in its essential meaning is an ‘assignment’, so I cannot devalue the meaning of the word without tagging people (I hope you believe me and do the same). Some people that I have learnt from and sincerely respect in the blog world are tagged:
It takes more than sexy posts – I am a believer of consistency. I look forward to know what blogging means to you.