I’m a blogger. If you’re reading this, you might be a blogger too. Many people I know are bloggers.
I first started blogging in 2010 when I began shooting USPSA and IPSC. Sass, Brass & Bullets was/is my baby and it was/is a great canvas, if you will, for me to share my “artwork”. I was convinced by a fellow female shooter in the industry to start it. She suggested I share my experience, because as a new shooter, my outlook would be entirely different from someone’s who had made a career out of it. Julie’s pretty smart, so I took her advice and my blog was born.
I was also at the beginning of a divorce, and blogging was my opportunity to get away from the stress and frequent arguments that occurred during the end of my marriage. It was my escape from reality for awhile, and I think being so passionate about it, allowed me to pour my heart and soul into it, making it what is it today. It’s not much, but I’m sure proud of it.
I came across this blog/website that has some interesting information about blogging:
I am definitely one of those individuals that has made less than $100 blogging. I would love to be one of those bloggers that does it from a tropical destination though. Maybe someday…
So, if you blog, why do you blog?