Reasons why you should blog
You know you can put right things, right words at right time in right way to gives a perfect verbal cocktail to the masses and that you are better than multitude at it. In most of the cases, it is more satisfying to hear that from just another somebody. Appreciation is more gratifying when it comes from others. Because of appreciation, positive or negative, whether you like it or not, as a tool that facilitates two-way interaction, they are just a good enough reason to start a blog.
It is like looking in the mirror. The sooner you know what you look like the better it is. It gives you an opportunity to admire how genteel, refined, sharp and smart you look in your writing. How you write and what you write tells a lot about you. Presenting oneself the way you want the world to have perception of your thought is really one hard nut to crack. Although many people claim to do it, you can measure yourself at how good or bad you are at it.
If you have an opinion on everything and more often, your comments across news media remains unpublished or blocked by unnecessary censors, start a blog, it is just the thing you need right now. Have your say uninterrupted and uncensored. Aim the shots of your verbal diarrhoea the way you like, at whomever you like. Best part of it is annoying the hell out of anyone or anything you do not like.
Another important aspect, you wanted to be a photographer but landed up in an engineering college, you were a born foodie but ended up being a coder, you think you write realistic movie reviews but ups and downs at financial market keeps you busy instead, here is your chance to call all those missed shots. It gives you an opportunity to display to the world whatever thing you are good at doing. No wonder there are so many-so good poets and writers who are forced to call themselves engineers and took on blogging to vent out their wildest imagination. Wanderers, adventurers, travel writers, epicureans, photographers, movie critics, sport enthusiasts, etc., the list continues.
You are on Facebook and you tweet too. However, do not you think you need another medium to run out of that crowd of 500 million?
Moreover, what I consider the most different, to sustain the big business of blogging. Yes, you heard it right. Like everyone one else, if you think of yourself as most important cog of the wheel and a day without you out there will take them closer to hunger (closure I mean). I know you know that you are no such a big deal, just pretend to be so, if that excite you to go ahead and blog. At the end of the day, it does not make much difference to the world (no one gives a shit of what you consider yourself to be) and if it does, it is worth doing.