The fascinating world of bloggers

Six weeks ago I started blogging. Little was I prepared for the vast, new, rich world that was to open itself up to me. Admittedly I am a more than average avid information hunter and reader, so this experience will probably not be positive for everyone. A blog is a constructive way for me to channel thoughts or information on queries that are bustling around in my head and that might be useful to others. I found out that there are a lot of bloggers at WordPress doing the same.

Through search ‘tags ‘ a variety of thoughts, perspectives and opinions are at your fingertips. Undeniably there are some bloggers who write about their shopping sprees or new car, but countless others give in-depth or summarized, unconventional, passionate, psychological, poetic and/or political insights into the variousCreative Blogger Award topics that interest them. The diversity is fascinating.

Blogger Dear Kitty. Some blog nominated me for the Creative Blogger Award. Thank you fellow blogger! Although I am not really an award kind of person I except this honour as a tribute to the blogs I have read and will read in the future.

With the award come the Creative Blogger Award rules which are:

* Display the Creative Blogger Award logo on your blog,
* Nominate 15-20 blogs and notify all nominees via their social media/blogs,
* Thank and post the link of the blog that nominated you (very important)
* Share 5 random facts about yourself to your readers
* Pass these rules on to them.

Random facts about me can be found in the introduction paragraph to this blog so I will not bore you with more. There are a lot of blogs I would like to mention, too many in fact. Here are a few that caught my eye today in no specific order….
John Pratt – who thinks we should live more simply so others can simply live.
Family rules by plain Jane –  who has a very lucid – and often funny – way of describing inter-relational situations.
Saskia Flowers – because she creates a botanical haven in the information storm
Daily creative culture   –  who believes in and lives  a “Revolution of Understanding” .
The leftern wall– who has the interesting perspective of an activist in Jerusalem
The learning curve – who writes about the trials and tribulations of setting up her own business interspersed with her day to day doings and thoughts.
A small press life – wonderfully bookish
Open Frankfurt  – things Frankfurterisch
The thoughts of a history geek– who blogs about World War 1 and 2

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