Recipe: How To Make A Nice Blogger #Blogging #bloggers


Definition of a ‘Nice Blogger’:

  • They make you smile 
  • They give you encouragement or inspiration to help you on your way. 
  • They are always friendly and chatty. 
  • Whenever you are feeling low they always seem to magically appear making you feel nice and warm inside. 
  • They make blogging enjoyable. 
  • You like visiting their blog 
  • They brighten up your day
  • They always read your blog posts – even the dire ones. 

So how do you make a nice blogger? 

Here is a useful recipe. 

Take a large bowl and mix the following ingredients together:

  • 1 Blogger  (any age, race or gender)
  • 1 Kind heart 
  • A good pinch of personality
  • 3 Tablespoons of creativity 
  • 1 Teaspoon of love 
  • A generous sprinkling of humour 
  • 1 Tablespoon of an interesting life 
  • 2 Tablespoons of warmth 
  • 1 Tablespoon of passion 
  • 1 Blog
  • 1 teaspoon of magic 
  • I teaspoon of sunshine 

Combine together until they form a strong and perfect consistency. 

If anyone has any other ingredients to add to my special ‘nice blogger’ recipe please let me know! 

This is dedicated to all those nice bloggers out there who make blogging land such a lovely place. 

     Happy blogging all 🙂


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    59 thoughts on “Recipe: How To Make A Nice Blogger #Blogging #bloggers

        1. Vitamins, chicken soup. Follow these orders. I’m serious. No one wants to be sick, you didn’t ask for it, and there are people present that can fetch these things for you.

        2. I can take a compliment, but that’s not a compliment to me if you look at it from my perspective. We all have things that are compliments to us and things that aren’t. If a person says “You’re a nice person.”, that’s a compliment to me. I think people lose sight very easily of the difference on the Internet between writers and bloggers. I base it on content and experience. I also base people based on my individual experience with them. I don’t need to label someone as one thing or another, I’d prefer to just see them as a person. However, that’s me and I know not everyone follows my train of thought.

    1. I’m currently in a self-imposed challenge to visit new blogs and leave comments … I’m hoping to discover more bloggers who’ve been baked to your recipe …[but am beginning to wonder if it’s turning into a case of having ‘to kiss a lot of frogs before you find a prince’ type experience …]!

      [p.s: found you via iwillbloom]

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