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Who Needs Focus?

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One thing that every new blogger learns is that a blog must have a “focus”.

The idea is that, in order to build a readership, you must be an expert in something and only write about that something.

All you have to do is check out my Categories to realize that I don’t do focus.

I don’t want to be tied down by it; focus seem constrictive.

Sure I’m a mom and I write about my [amazing] daughter, but, does that mean that I have to be a “mommy blogger” and only write about my [amazing] kid?

I have two [moronic] Pit Bulls. I write about my [moronic] dogs.

Does that mean that I can only write about my dogs?

Damn. Just thinking about only discussing Cara or Sophie and Beck bores me to tears.

The fact of the matter is I am the quintessential Jack [Jane] of all trades, master of none.

I know something about just about everything. [My friend Hollyn doesn’t call me her knower-of-all-knows for nothing]

So, I’m not sure that my blog can have a focus. Hell. I don’t have one so how can I expect my site to have a focus?

But, in the interest of best serving my readers, here’s a list of things that I know something about.

Sleep issues and a highneeds child.

Dogs. Specifically Pit Bulls.

Video Games.

Making a fool of myself.

Mental issues.

Dorky husbands.

Random Craziness.

If these links [Hint. Most of those words were links] aren’t enough for you then check out my long list of Categories or use the handy dandy search bar under my “feed Turkey”.

I have a sneaking suspicion that I’ve probably written something about what you’re looking for.

In summation, [such a great word!] I write about what is going on in my life and what interests me.

So, while focus may be great for everyone else, I ain’t got it.

The common thread that precariously holds my blog together is my “voice”.

And, that’s enough for me.

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