This is a post in my weekly series about blogs of friends and strangers that I’m really enjoying.
I should preface this entry by saying that I read a lot of blogs. Google Reader makes it easy that way. Very, very few of them are personal blogs. I’d say about three.
Why is that? Well, I generally think that for me to get something out of a blog, it has to be about something that could help move my life forward or increase the information I have to make good decisions in my life. Whether that’s in regards to technology, business, publishing, etc–those blogs give me useful information that I’m glad I have. The rest are humor blogs.
Given those parameters, I recently found a very personal blog that really makes me think about things. I don’t know the person who writes this blog, but she shares stories from her life (which is completely different from mine) in a way that makes me evaluate my own life. It’s called “my life, incomplete.”
Other blogs I’ve talked about here:
The Makansi Effect (writing)
In Search of Monsters (writing, humor)
Judicial Peach (cooking)
The Wellinghoff System (college football)
The Creative Cooler (advertising)