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#socialbloggers 71 // Blog Routines

Blaze On (11)

My life before blogging was already heavily revolved around the internet. Mainly YouTube and xBox live.

The biggest change is that I went from gamer to blogger.

When people ask me how I blog daily alongside two other blogs (see Secrets to blogging every day for a year) – I don’t see it as a big deal as I don’t watch TV. I know people who spend a few hours a day watching telly after work. That interest hasn’t been in me since I was a teenager.

As soon as I had the computer in my room connected to the internet, I was in love. All my spare time was online, on forums, on MSN, creating websites on Geocities while listening to music. This stayed the same when I went to uni.

The only difference is that there’s been a shift in the ways I’ve spent my time online, blogging, vlogging, watching YouTube, hours of Call of Duty, Minecraft…

So my life didn’t really change that much. I just went from putting my xBox controller down and putting my fingers on my keyboard a bit more…

I’m still in Cyprus, by the way, so sorry if I’ve been a bit lax about commenting on your blogs!

Q1: What was your life before starting a blog? Did having a blog effect your regular routine?

 


Q2: If you could design your ideal routine, how would it look like?

 


Q3: now back to reality, tell us how does you REGULAR routine look like?


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1. noun: a female blogger that writes about her own experiences, observations and opinions. 2. verb: to act like a complete idiot or to do something stupid. e.g: She did a Corinne.

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