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61 ways I’ve used blogging

October 23, 2017

Wade Kwon - Y'all Connect

Here are 61 ways I’ve used blogging (not even counting reading/commenting on others’ blogs) for my personal and professional lives:

  1. jokes
  2. personal growth
  3. public accountability
  4. report news
  5. share videos of me
  6. long lists
  7. promote talks
  8. teach
  9. ask questions
  10. recap TV shows
  11. make new friends
  12. share opinions
  13. lose weight
  14. gain weight
  15. be transparent
  16. document a relationship
  17. live-blog TV events
  18. interview people
  19. selling products
  20. promoting others
  21. book excerpts
  22. movie reviews
  23. talk politics
  24. demonstrate features
  25. tell secrets
  26. share ideas
  27. spark a discussion
  28. exercise my creativity
  29. review goals and progress
  30. link out
  31. show off Birmingham
  32. portfolio
  33. serve as writing coach
  34. provide a forum for guest bloggers
  35. practice writing
  36. learn CSS
  37. learn WordPress
  38. complain
  39. procrastinate
  40. practice journalism
  41. cry over typos
  42. hold contests
  43. show off
  44. practice creating headlines
  45. publish scoops
  46. surprise readers
  47. surprise myself
  48. break my site
  49. write ebooks
  50. compile videos
  51. raise money
  52. recap vacations
  53. revisit the past
  54. practice humility
  55. make (most) deadlines
  56. post job listings
  57. improvise
  58. fend off comment spam
  59. become healthier
  60. become smarter
  61. become wiser

How have you used blogging?

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