At peak blog back in 2005ish I had 50,000 readers monthly and was making “part-time job at…
Chris ODonnell

I agree Chris! :) I started blogging as a means to keep track of all of the tools and tricks and tips I found while scouring around on the web, and the ones designers and UX pros shared with me. I actually just wrote them down in the blog so I wouldn’t forget them/lose track of them like I would if they were in a notebook or a Word doc. When other people started reading them regularly I was pretty shocked. It def adds authenticity to writing when you’re doing it to share information you found helpful rather than to rope in readers.

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