Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : How not to make mistakes as a blogger?


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This entire post could be summed up as follows:

The only way to avoid making mistakes as a blogger is NOT to write ANYTHING. 

You can just sit at your desk, admire your site and never publish.

If, like me, you have a blog with the word RANT in it, you’re not going to be writing about the stock market…

Unless you had a dental student who was once a stock broker. 

Yes, I wrote a rant about that.  He had the misfortune to replace a dental student who was excellent.  If his stock brokering was at the level of his dental skills, I now know why the market crashed in 2008.

If you insist on having the courage to step outside the NO MISTAKES ZONE, here’s my advice:

Number 1.   Write out your pain — the good, bad, and ugly of it.  Let it sit in draft for a day.  If you wait too long, you could lose the passion in your writing.  


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However, if you’re writing about your in-laws, ensure they still use a manual typewriter, don’t own a computer and have a flip phone.  Otherwise, this will be your fate:

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2.  Not everyone is going to like what you write.  Live with it.   Someone seeking love poems is not going to be content with this:

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3.  If you have spell check on your blogsite, try to use it — especially if you’re dyslexic.

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4.  Ignore the stats — they go up and down faster than a wave in a hurricane.  Remember one important fact:

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5.  If you insist on offending no one then please, continue staring at a blog with no posts.  


That’s all the advice I have in me for this second the day. 

Now, if you’ll excuse me, it’s time to stare at my stats and perseverative over the fact that I just lost one reader.