5 Things I Love About Social Media!
I was prompted to consider something “in the key of five” by the Bloggers Bash site: as they celebrate their fifth year, the call went out to post using “FIVE” as a prompt.
Here are FIVE things I love about blogging:
1 – I Love This – And You Might Too!
We all have passions and hobbies – and the internet is a great way to share them!
I had a Wagyu Burger in Tokyo, a Beetroot Burger in Australia, and a Foie Gras burger in Paris. Someone has a unique burger to share with me and I’m ready to try it.
2 – Oh, The Places You Will Go!
I love to explore the world’s amazing places, like the Grand Canyon.
Blogging helps me find information on how to get somewhere, what to expect when I arrive, and what to avoid. I’ve made friends with travel Bloggers who share their adventures, making the world a friendlier place.
3 – Meeting Other Bloggers – And Blogging Groups!
That’s my “egg-stuffed avocado wrapped in bacon” recipe – I tried to make it, and it failed spectacularly!
I shared it with a Facebook group called “Baked Delights” – because I knew they’d love the effort.
Failure or success, social media is the way to share our lives with others:
4 – Sharing Magical Moments
I took my wife and son to Tokyo, and Jeff explored the incredible Golden Gai district – more than 200 micro-bars:
We met Yuko Yamazaki, a local Musician who ran this 8-seat bar. We went for a drink and Yuko decided to perform for us!
Of course I posted about it – because I wanted to share it with my social media friends.
I have met people from all over the world who have similar passions as mine. I have also met people who share their struggles, their setbacks and their goals…
5 – Reinforcing That We Are All In This Together…
I interact with bloggers with specific agendas – cooking, health, stories about illness, with social media the outlet for their insight and perspective.
I learn every day from the experiences they share.
I look forward to meeting these great people at the 2019 Bloggers Bash!
Here is more info on the “Bloggers Bash”:
See you in London!