I have really enjoyed blogging. At first, I was really concerned that maintaining a blog was going to be time consuming, ridiculous, and that I was inevitably going to run out of semi interesting things to say. In my first blog I mentioned I felt like a fictitious MTV character rambling about her boring life. So, when Professor Andrews assigned us weekly topics I was reveled that I wasn’t going to have to come up with decent topics that my poor peers were going to have to endure in order to get a grade.
Then I met my roommates.
This blog has not only become a forum for my class discussion, but also a place where I am able to rant about various events and/or people in my life.
I am able to research and explore different aspects of my future career while also being creative and allowing for others to comment and share their beliefs and ideas.I like that I am able to get feedback. And, sometimes it feels good to just write thoughts; not worry what others are going to think.
I also feel that writing regularly creates better writers and authors; a PR professional always writes.
I think that I will continue using my blog after this class. Blogging is an online journal or a really great best friend. I am able to blabber on and on about nothing of importance and entertain my followers with my over-dramatic stories. And, to be honest, I am almost positive my daddy is the only person who enjoys reading!