If you are a dedicated diarist, it’s very advisable that you blog it. Why? Your diary would be more secure. A hardcopy diary is more exposed e.g., to fire, snoopers, hence unsafer. So making a copy of your entries in a private blog would solve that. If you want to be safer still, you can also make a copy to an external disk (USB) which I do and recommend.
Most diarists are writers and many writers -published or not -started as diarists. So who knows? You might one day become a famous one so publishing your diary would be easy and profitable. And that’s a big reason why we should make our diaries as safe as possible.
The 10 Horrors of Blogging
I read many advice posts (almost everyday) on how to improve your blogging but only a few deserves to be given attention. Here is one from ProBlogger:
If you’re a foodblogger or a food enthusiast, here’s a go-to-site and your chance to get featured.
‘Today we’re thrilled to announce FoodPress, the go-to destination for the hottest dishes from WordPress.com bloggers. To help us run the site, we’ve partnered with publishing company Federated Media. Each day, FoodPress features snippets of posts, which is designed to get new people to discover and then click through to a blog.
How to Get Featured?
‘If you’re wondering how posts are selected for the site, it’s easy: They’re all hand-picked by FoodPress editor Jane Maynard. She finds most of the posts by scouring food-related tag pages like food, recipes, baking, cocktails, and more — so if you’re a food blogger, be sure to use tags on your posts.’