October 25, 2014

Outdoor Writing Prompt ~ Why We Blog about our Outdoor Life

Everyone has a reason...

This weeks Outdoor Writing Prompt was inspired by The Four Season Angler

Awhile ago we did a writing prompt about why we named our blogs what we named them. This writing prompt swings to the other side of that question.

The Four Season Angler wrote as a writing suggestion in the forum, “ I‘d like to see a writing prompt about “Why we blog” – Could be introspective, could be funny, could be serious, but we all have our reasons.”

And that’s an excellent question. So lets read it:
Why do you blog about your Outdoor Experiences? What got you started with that first blog entry? Are the reasons you started blogging the same now as when you started? Has blogging changed anything for you? And so on…

Once you’ve posted your blog entry, be sure to come back here and either click the “Your Next” Linky button below and add your information so that your link appears in this entry…or leave your link in the comments below.  Have fun!

 

 
 
About Rebecca

When Rebecca isn't running the Outdoor Blogger Network, she is off Fly Fishing her favorite rivers. Occasionally she writes about those adventures at The Outdooress.

Comments

  1. 1
    Matt Sipe says:

    Sorry, I screwed up!!! I will post a response to this prompt soon, I didnt “get” what I was doing with the LINKY thing above.

  2. 2

    This one is a two-fer

  3. 3

    Why do I feel like I just ran a marathon?

  4. 4

    Comes The Dawn Of Blog Cabin Angler

    Here is the link: http://www.blog-cabin-angler.com/2011/03/comes-dawn-of-blog-cabin-angler.html

    Thanks for reading!

  5. 5

    This was a fun prompt. It took me over an hour, but I just finished mine.

  6. 6

    sheesh.. im no.14 but I apparently did the lynky thing wrong aswell… I need a type writer, this computer stuff is killing me.

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    Excellent excellent prompt idea!

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