This post from Lorna's Laces caught my attention. There is a fine line of figuring out where you draw the line on the information you put out into the internet. Also, when one has a crafting blog, how much do your readers actually want to hear about your life?
I have read many blogs. I think the line can be easily crossed both ways. Sometimes a lack of personal information makes me feel less attached to the blog I am reading because I don't really know very much about the person who writes it. Vice-verse, I have read a few blogs where too much info is offered . . . or may be it was that with the info provided I realized this would not be someone I would get along with in real life and my interest in their blog disappears.
So where is the line? How do each of you figure out what is okay to put out there? Right now, I have two blogs. One for crafting and one where I write more information that pertains to my life, beliefs, exercising, frustrations, and rambling thoughts. Is my crafting blog less because I don't include these things in it? Would my blog be more well rounded and interesting to people if I combined them together?
I would love to hear everyone's opinions on this and where you draw the line in your own blogs, if you have one.