Tuesday, June 10


Click to embiggen. Didn't we bloggers already know this?

20 comments:

Weary Hag said...

Yes yes!! I could have told you that my brain must light up differently (referencing the magnetic imaging they spoke of) before and after writing. I can just FEEL it. Seriously!

When I first started blogging I did much more writing in winter than summer. Then it switched up and last winter, as you know, I was barely around. Sick the entire darn season!

Can I blame all that on the lack of writing? And which came first? That's my real querie! Great article...

bobbie said...

Yes we knew! In fact, I have been telling my doctors that they should encourage their patients - especially elderly and living alone, like me - to start blogging. I have been surprised to learn that a couple of these doctors have no idea what blogging is. Hard to believe.

vicki said...

This is a relief. Also, I'm going to send this link to Bud! Thanks

Evil Twin's Wife said...

I enjoy it immensely. Like I say, I might as well be using that Journalism degree for something. LOL.

utenzi said...

I know it works that way for most people, but writing about something that bothers me just works me up more. So, as a result, I usually avoid topics that are too... sensitive for me.

colleen said...

I feel so much better now after reading that. I do feel that blogging relaxes me unless I overdue it. Imagine our what our ancestors would think about a journal that has an audience and gets comments?!

Bear Naked said...

Very interesting article.
And to think I only learned about blogging a little while ago.
Just think how many more people are going to start blogging in the near future.

Nancy said...

Judy, WHEW! What a relief! There is a name for what I've got.

HYPERGRAPHIA: The inability to let a memory or experience rest in peace. I MUST write about it.You know I write to you almost every day. Now you know that I can't help it. It's a condition.....

That's not enough of a burden; I also suffer from Wernicke's Aphasia (Speak gibberish and write constantly.) Thank God I don't have Wernicke's Rephasia (That's when you write gibberish and speak constantly.) BTW, if I should happen to develop the latter, can I have your telephone number?

barbie2be said...

i read this article in the may issue and thought, yeah... now they go and give away our secret.

Jamie Dawn said...

You betcha!
My frontal lobes get lots of working out as I read blog posts, write blog posts, and type comments to all my blog buddies.
We bloggers do not have stagnant brains, that's for sure!

tiff said...

nice to get some backup on my 'it's good for me!' chant. ;)

barbie2be said...

this time i am back to say that it's a good article because blogging helps us make new friends!

michele sent me over to visit this time.

Shephard said...

I feel better just reading that article. lol
~S

Diane Mandy said...

Blogging is the best!

Joy Des Jardins said...

We know the positives that blogging has in so many areas....especially our brains; but what about our butts? Not so great there huh? Of course, if you don't live in front of the computer, that would help.

moon said...

HAHA, see, I knew we were all being smart....and now I don't have to find a flimsy excuse about the time I spend on here lol...its for my good health so there!!!

JeanMac said...

Good article, Judy, as I sit in my recliner at day's end:)

LOM said...

Oh good so I am not a sad little bunny then

PI said...

When I did a post on bipolar conditions I realised by the response how many bloggers suffer from this and how therapeutic they find blogging, as - in a different way, do I.

Wendy said...

Right on! I knew it - makes a lot of sense to me.