You Know You’re Hardcore if . . .

You know you’re hardcore if . . .

You write a new post for your blog first thing in the morning and you haven’t even had your coffee yet.

You spend your time blogging about something that you no longer have time to do because you’re too busy blogging.

Your blog-writing style starts showing up in say, reports you write at work.

You sit and chuckle over and over again at some funny phrase you wrote in your blog that only you understand to be funny and no one else will probably ever even break a slight grin about . . . and that’s okay with you.

You can masterfully turn any conversation into an opportunity to tell the other person all about your blog and give them the address, then you marvel at how easy this is to do compared to anything that would actually earn you money.

You’re always dreaming up new posts for your blog–no, really dreaming them in your sleep.

Your best advice to anyone you talk to is, “Start a blog!”


What’s your definition of hardcore?

6 thoughts on “You Know You’re Hardcore if . . .

  1. Pingback: Patty posted… You Know You’re Hardcore if . . . | Alaskan Dreams

  2. OMG this sounds like me. Half the time I am sipping cold coffee after making sure I blog a post, do my daily stumbles and Diggs on friends posts, check and update links, make sure my stuff looks pretty, write another blog post, deal with an international conference call about a zombie tv show that I am apparently writing a press release for (scratching head.. apparently I need more coffee .. oh wait I need to make dinner) Oh I dreamnt about a new Meme idea (even though the use of meme in relation of blogging is not the correct use of the word and still drives me nuts..) OH and spending an hour JUST WRITING.. wait.. oh I Think I forgot is this shirt clean???

  3. Suggested blog posts:
    How to cook rice in a pressure cooker
    How to cook anything in a pressure cooker
    How to keep three boys fed
    How to deal with three boys running around in circles between the living room, dining room and kitchen during meals slapping their stomachs
    The difference between tamari and soy sauce
    Olive oil – a carcinogen when fried?
    How to savor the sweet pit inside the nut of a pickled plum

    • The “slapping their stomachs” part really made me laugh, Nick! Thanks for the suggestions too. As a matter of fact, the next post which comes out on Saturday does have something to do with feeding three boys! 😉

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