I follow A LOT of blogs here on WordPress. Almost 200 of them! And in addition to those on WordPress, there are a bunch of other blogs I like to read. I do have my favorites, which I like to visit more often than the others. I find it difficult to stay current on all of them, though, either because my WordPress reader – which I hate – is cluttered up with other posts, or because I use a bunch of different computers (work, home, and phone) and so my bookmarks are scattered all over the place.

Said in my best infomercial voice:  Sigh…if only there were something out there that would enable me to store all my favorite blogs in one place, so that I could read them all no matter where I am.

Well, it turns out there is! Haha. I was checking out my stats and saw that someone had clicked to my site through Bloglovin. Hello, whoever you are! I clicked on the link, and after some heavy investigation (I clicked on the About page) I found that Bloglovin is exactly what I was looking for. So I signed up, and now I am slowly adding my favorite blogs to my follow list. They also have an Android app, which is great.

The purpose behind this blog post, however, isn’t really to talk about how wonderful Bloglovin is. In order to claim my blog as my own I had to write a post and add the following link to it:

Follow my blog with Bloglovin

That’s all for now!


About notchangingmyname

I'm a thirty-something, about-to-be-divorced, former blogger trying to navigate single life.
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4 Responses to Bloglovin

  1. Alex Jones says:

    I recently became aware of Bloglovin. I use my e-mail to keep an eye on blogs that I follow. I also follow close to 200 blogs, but also occasionally have time to surf into other WordPress blogs, like this one.

  2. Tony Bird says:

    If I ever get a fake ID, I’m going to use the name “Bloglovin”.

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