1.) You have to learn blogging etiquette. (ie; read other people’s blogs just because they read yours, leave nice messages, even become a follower of fellow bloggers..)
2.) You have difficulties living real life moments because you are already thinking about posting it on your blog. (ie: see Facebook for reference)
3.)You may become addicted to tracking your statistics, doing it even on the days you don’t write.
4) Just when you feel like you’ve written something worth while WordPress starts putting ad’s under your blog like “how to become more intelligent” “ways to save your brain” for the whole world to see while they read what you just wrote.
5.) When people you know start following your blog you can no longer write bad things about them.
6.) When your husband finds out you are writing a blog you can no longer write bad things about him either.
7.) Even if you don’t write bad things about anyone some psychopath will sooner or later write you an anonymous nasty email basically saying that you are a wanker.
8.) This anonymous email might be from your husband.
9.) No matter how great of a writer you think you are very few of us actually have the talent and writing skills it takes to write something every single day of your life, rain or shine. (professional writers, and super humans apart)
10.) When you are not able to do the above, you may fall into a sort of blogger’s depression.
12.)When you don’t feel like writing people starting nagging you and saying stuff like ‘when are you going to start writing again?’ even though it’s only been like 2 weeks or something.
13.) This in turn may cause bloggers block. When you turn on your computer and nothing comes to your mind so you resort to re-blogging of other people’s stuff, or posting photographs, even though you are not a photographer.
14.) Instead of writing something worthwhile you write something like 14 reasons not to become a blogger..desperately hoping you get your ‘ways to save your brain’ ad. back.