There are literally millions of blogs in the world. Some are small, others are quite well known, and a few make tons of money.
So if you visit plenty of blogs, at some point, you're going to end up running into some of the same people. Knowing that, I'm very surprised that one blogger would publicly bash another. This includes complaining about how a blogger writes a review, how she's putting on eyeliner incorrectly, is a horrible person because of her political views, or that he or she is fat and needs to lose weight.
I also once saw a post that copied almost verbatim from another blog! What in the heck?!
Someone is going to see that post that you know, or even worse, you may see it yourself! This causes tears of hurt, or a lot of back and forth cursing throughout a blog between people. As I scroll through those posts, I end up feeling embarrassed and sad. I just don't get it.
As bloggers, we love being stalked because of what we write about. But while flaming wars may be interesting to some, visiting someone on their blog for the purpose of verbal attacks, or using your own blog to bash another blog just seems mean-spirited to me.
We may not always agree with a point of view, but kindness is key.
Are you already tired of pumpkins and want to try a new treat? This recipes screams Fall, and is super simple to prepare.
APPLE CIDER FLOAT
Vanilla Ice Cream
Pinch of Salt
Place 1 scoop of ice cream in the bottom of a chilled glass. Pour in 6 ounces of sparkling cider, and top with another scoop of ice cream. Add a pinch of salt to the caramel sauce, then drizzle as much as you like over the top. Yum - you've made just enough for you to enjoy during a movie or while reading your favorite novel.
If you really want to be decadent, go ahead and add a shot of whiskey!
Unless you actually work for Uber, which launched in 2009, no one really knows how much the drivers earn per month. But I've got the scoop. This side hustle may not allow you to quit your day job in most instances because on average, the salary per month is about $364.00. Also, Uber takes a 20% cut. A few score about $1000 per month, but according to Earnest Operations, almost 1/2 earn less than $100!