Date a personal blogger only if you are ready to be written about. Personal bloggers you see are not like the techie bloggers who share information that could be useful in your daily life (like how to turn on the computer or not use a brush as stencil for your iPad.) They are also not like the Mommy bloggers who share tips about child raising and rearing or housekeeping. Personal bloggers blog about their life, their emotions, and whatever they are going through. They blog about their family, friends, kids, work at times (be careful not to blog about the woes though; as they say, what goes on the net, stays forever) and most of all, their love lives.
Date a personal blogger only if you are ready to be seen by the world. Personal bloggers will take photos and post it on their blogs. This is a good thing if you have been a good person to them. Now, if you broke their hearts like the last a-hole that I dated did ... have FEAR. You see, he told me to never blog him and I said I wouldn't, unless he gives me a reason to (you know, like if he breaks my heart into tiny little pieces which he did.) So to you mister: you lied, I blog. Touche.
Date a personal blogger only if you are ready to share some moments with a lot of strangers. Personal blogs are like diaries. It is used to remember and capture scenes that happened as well as immortalize memories. They will set in stone (or at least until the hosting stays) and could be gone back to in years. I plan to print out some key articles here and book bind it.
Date a personal blogger most of all if you do not intend to break her heart. Personal bloggers will write about it because it is one way to let the pain go. Writing about the heartache and heartbreak serves as a release and a reminder that the douche bag you fell in love with is really not Prince Charming. He's not even a frog. Frogs are cute.
So to the men out there, date a personal blogger only if you are ready to be written about.