Why I Started Crambler and Blogging

First of all, hello and welcome to Crambler!

Why Crambler?

Why Crambler you might ask? Well, for anyone that knows me, I’m constantly rambling about something. A 2-minute story told by someone will easily become a 20-minute story when I retell it. The whole rambling thing I thought would be perfect for a person writing a blog. So here I am, the “Constant Rambler” smashed into one word – Crambler.

Why Start Blogging?

As to why I started blogging, well, it’s most likely many of the same reasons other people start blogging.
  • To express my thoughts

    Like many of us, there is constantly something going through my head. Always coming up with new thoughts, ideas, problems, solutions… but too often I’ve wished that I had written it down and could share it. So what better way to do that than to start a blog?
  • To help people

    It is said that the average adult makes thousands of decisions every single day along with needing to solve a number of problems. Whether it be how to do something on the computer, how to fix something broken, choosing where to eat, if you should do something active or be lazy, and much, much more. Let’s be honest, solving problems and making decisions isn’t always easy (I’m terribly indecisive). Therefore, a number of my blog posts will focus on helping you, the readers.

    These might include how you can start a blog yourself, how you can further your education for free, or may just be a simple little tip to make your life easier. These are just a few examples that I hope to expand on in future posts.
  • To connect with others

    I’ve read a number of different blogs about all different types of topics. One of the best parts about a blog, in my opinion, is the community of people that backup these blogs. You see all different types of people come together to share their thoughts, similarities, differences, and talk about topics that interest them. This is something I hope to accomplish with this blog… connecting with others who are interested in the same things I am.
  • To improve my skills

    The best way to learn is to just do it. Starting a blog will hopefully help improve my writing skills along with helping me organize my thoughts. I also have experience in web development, so working with my own blog and website will only help sharpen those skills.
  • To have fun!

    I wouldn’t be blogging if I didn’t enjoy it. I am able to write about things I’m passionate about and share my knowledge with the world which will hopefully be of help to many others!

So what’s your story? If you have a blog, why did you start it? Or if you don’t have one, have you been wanting to start one? Introduce yourself while you’re at it!

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