Post # 1
I thought up something that may be cool. I know that some blogging sites let you create multiple blogs. So, I’ve thought of creating a user account on one of them and then having a single venting blog, a wedding planning blog, and a life blog. What do you think bees?
Post # 3
I think you should just have life & venting in one blog and a separate wedding blog. Although if you want all three then go for it, it’s not like there’s not enough space on the internet for all three!
Post # 4
@wolfpackforever: I think that’s a neat idea, when I read blogs I don’t always want to hear about their choice of dinner but am interested in the wedding planning or the home remodel or the relationship stuff. I say go for it.
Post # 5
@wolfpackforever: I think it’s a heck of a lot of blogs.
Post # 6
Sweety I think you should take a step back from thinking about marriage and maybe start a life blog trying to define who you are as a person what makes you happy and try and get your life in order.
Post # 7
You can also post in a single blog but tag the posts with the right category. That way you and others can read through just one type of post and you don’t have to worry about upkeeping multiple ones.
Post # 8
@batwoman: I’d forgotten about the tags thing. So, that is pretty cool. One blog= all purposes. Thanks for the reminder.
Post # 9
I think maybe if you feel you need a blog entirely dedicated to venting, you should consider why you feel that way. Venting begets venting, the more you vent and bitch the worse you feel and the more negative people usually are. Just a thought. I could see myself just getting more an more angry if I specifically blogged about all the things that piss me off.
Although for some people journaling or blogging about the things that bother them are the only things that allow them to air their feelings. There’s just a fine line between constructive writing and spending time venting and complaining to the Internet. And be careful what you write and who you mention in it.
Post # 10
@MsJ2theZ: I just complain a lot, and figure that a personal blog under an anonymous user name may be a halfway decent venue to keep it sight unseen from people who know me.
I can see how venting can turn into more venting. I’m considering taking a break from the bee, but am still very attention seeking and want another outlet for my whining. I thought that a blog would be the best idea, but I’m getting the impression that it may not be.
I currently keep a blog under my real name, but I try to be careful of what I write there, y’know?
Post # 11
A blog is a blog. You can make it about whatever you want. I suggest writing because maybe it’ll help you collect your thoughts and see the bigger picture.