I have heard that I'm addicted to blogging.. but I blew them off.
There have been whispers of an intervention.
Then.. I went to Mom Dot (I am only there about 6 times a day!)
And read the requirements for... Bloggers Anonymous.
Please.. if you or someone you know has 10 or more of these symptoms.. you might need to put the button on your blog as well!
The first step is admitting you need help!
You may need Bloggers Anonymous if you (by trisha)
1) You start referring to your blogging buddies in conversations with your RL friends and assume they know who you are talking about “Oh, let me tell you what Tena said today” “kim did the funniest thing”
3) You stalk your stats more then once a day
4) You get excited when 2 people comment on a post and if more then 5 do, you start to hyperventilate
5) You play more then one MEME a week
6) You have more then 3 blogs…one for reviews, one for family, and one to talk about your family (and they dont know about it)
7) your a closet blog hater with the “big” bloggers
8 ) You have ever talked to a blogger on the phone-that you have never met
9) You are already planning your vacation to BlogHer 09
10) You are secretly happy when something dramatic happens during the day so you can blog it
11) You know where all the major graphic sites are online (istockphoto)
12) You have figured out enough HTML to add a blog banner to your page and damn, are you proud
13) You have given advice to ANOTHER blogger on how to blog
14) You think statements like “Blog You” are funny
15) You break out in hives if you have to change hosters and a template change is a SERIOUS decision
16) When one of your kids has broken into your makeup/fridge/cabinet/underwear drawer, instead of removing them from the situation, you grab the camera to document it for your blog
17) You get excited when someone links your blog on their blogroll
18) You think your cool if your entrecard costs more then 125 points
19) You get more then 2 packages a week in the mail and your child is starting to think the post man is Santa Claus
20) Instead of buying a new product, you ask for a “review” from the company