The Random Blogging Chat

This blog post is based on all the things that I have been thinking about based on blogging and like many of my other blogs posts, this one is also ransom.

  • I have been blogging for 4 years and I love it and my passion for blogging gets stronger and stronger every single day and I love being apart of the blogging community and supporting so many fantastic bloggers. To me the blogging community is amazing and I’m so lucky to have some wonderful bloggers supporting me with and being able to team up with some of them and add them into some blog posts.

  • Blogging isn’t just about having a blog and calling yourself a blogger it’s more than that to me. It’s about supporting other bloggers and being there for them no matter what. No matter if they are new or been blogging for a while at the end of the day they are still a blogger. I have had people in the past say to me “Why are you supporting a blogger who’s got a completely different topic to you” and to me no matter what the topic someone’s blog may be based on their still a part of the blogging community and still a blogger like me and you so no matter what someone’s blog may be based on I’m going to support them.

  • What I love about blogging is that every blog is different and every blog looks incredible and the work and cooperation that bloggers put into their blog is unbelievable and when I read a blog post and look at a blog I just love how different it looks. To me when you have a blog it should look and feel how you want it to so then when someone goes on to you’re blog and reads one or more of your blog posts they get a feeling of how much your blog means to you.

  • The part of the UK that I’m from there are other bloggers what’s obvious of course but I wish every part of the UK had like mini-hub for wear bloggers can work on their blog and blog post and just do little mini-meetups. I have never been to bloggers meet-up but I’d really love to attend one the only problem is the ones I find are way out and hard for me to attend because I don’t drive and 99% of the time they will be based in London. I have had some people say to me easy get some kind of transport and we’ll that’s easier said than done wouldn’t you agree?

6 thoughts on “The Random Blogging Chat

  1. Great post, Jack. I agree with you that the sense of community with other bloggers is important – I learn so much every day form other bloggers I interact with. I haven’t been to any bloggers events either, and most of the people in my real life don’t really understand what I am doing, but I try to take part in twitter blog chats and that’s always fun.


    1. Thank you for your comment Madi I’m so glad you liked this blog post. I’m in the same boat as you my family and some of my friends kinda have an idea of what I’m doing and “sort of” understand it but they dont 100% get it. I love the The UK Blog Awards Twitter chat what they do Tuesday at 9pm so if you haven’t yet taken part in that one I highly recommend you do also do you know I might like?

      Jack Deyes

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Love this post Jack and the points you talk about. I think it’s important to support others, we all started out the same but for our own reasons, sometimes all someone needs is a little well done here and there and knowing they aren’t alone, I know for me that being part of the blogging community has made me feel accepted, I don’t feel alone anymore as I see others talking about topics that directly affect me. I also find it hard to travel for some blogging events and I drive! It’s a shame when they can be in very rural areas, making it accessible for very few.

    Jordanne ||

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thank you for your comment I am so glad you liked this blog post. I am so happy that you don’t feel alone in the blogging community anymore and that you feel more accepted. I have noticed you when I see you supporting so many wonderful bloggers like yourself. The support you show towards the blogging community is amazing so thank you for all the support.

      I see what you mean about you getting to blogging events and I agree with what you said but hopefully one day our dreams of going to a blogging event will come true

      Jack Deyes


Leave a Reply On Jack Deyes

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.