The fact that people read blogs is no reason to stop using them, writes John McPhee.
Instead, he argues that there’s a more important reason for people to read them: the fact that they offer insight into their lives.
“It’s important to have a good blog, because the internet is all about information.
And when you have information, it’s easier to digest it.
It’s not something you need to spend time reading about.
You can take it at face value.”
As a result, he recommends people take a look at the content of their blogposts as part of a more holistic approach to life.
“When you have the opportunity to read it from a different angle, you’ll notice that it’s more powerful than you thought.”
John McPsherry, author of ‘The Big Picture: A Blogging Manifesto’, has spent his career writing about the lives of the world’s most powerful people, and this year he’ll be launching his own blog.
“You want to get the most out of it, but it’s not always easy.
Blogs are a way to take you from a blog post to a longer piece about that person, and to make you feel better.
It can make you smile, it can make people happy. “
A blog post is a way of getting back to yourself.
It can make you smile, it can make people happy.
The Big Picture is available to buy now from the Guardian bookshop.”
The more you read, the better you will get at life, because you’ll understand what it means to be human, and the truth is that it really is a place where you can really connect with people.”
The Big Picture is available to buy now from the Guardian bookshop.