It's out there. It's huge!
When I first started blogging, I thought each blogger just posted their thoughts, feelings, and ideas on a website for all to read. This is true. But really, it's so much more than that. There is a whole BLOGOSPHERE out there. As I started to read other blogs and really get into what blogging was all about, I realized that blogging is a hobby, a lifestyle, a way of life.
Yes, I am a blogger (a person who blogs). I write posts (individual articles that make up a blog) as often as I can. Piles of Pencils is an Edu-blog (an education oriented blog). I am not yet a blogoholic (addicted to blogging). My blogiversary (my blog birthday) is next July. I was recently introduced to blog hopping (jumping from one blog to another).
These are all terms that bloggers used. You can find more blog terms here. You may be shocked by how many terms are out there that are associated with blogging. I told you, it's much more than just an online journal.
Third Grade is the Place for Me is hosting a Newbies Bloggers Blog Hop for new bloggers. It helps new bloggers connect and network. There are so many great blogs out there, and this is a great way to learn more about it.
Part of linking up to other bloggers, is to share a little bit about yourself.
1. What state are you in? Pennsylvania
2. Your current teaching position. ESL (English as a Second Language)
3. Your teaching experience. Three years in 1st Grade. Four years in 3rd grade.
4. When you started blogging. I started blogging just a few weeks ago!
5. Share a blogging tip. A great way to network is to leave comments and ask questions on other blogs.