Why Captcha is the bane of our lives and the importance of turning it off.
Why this sentence means you'll delete an email immediately after reading - "Our social team will be sharing their favourites on our social media"... cue disappointment.
Why you always need to have a pen and paper or your phone near you when you're drifting off to sleep - damn you fabulous post ideas which only come in the state of half awake/half asleep!
How HTML can mess up your whole life and wreck your head completely just from the slip of a mouse or a key.
Why white interiors are all the rage.
Why a good wi-fi connection is an essential, everywhere.
What Bloglovin and GFC actually do.
Why bloggers shouldn't be expected to work for free.
Why it's important to have a gazillion social media sites to promote your posts.
How you can spend 10 hours working on your blog and still feel like you could write more.
What bloggers block actually is and how annoying it is too.
The hindrance of not being able open or use anything without taking a picture first.
How much work blogging actually is.
That PR samples are not freebies, they're tools to grow our blogs, we actually have to do a lot of work to promote them, duh...
Why it's so annoying when you see people beginning blogs simply to try and get free things.
The joy of seeing the '(insert amount here) comment(s) awaiting moderation' line on your blog dashboard.
Why pyjamas really are the best work wear you could ever have.
The awkwardness of receiving a letter/parcel addressed to your blog name, what must the poor postman think we are?!
How you can get addicted to checking your emails.
Just how much fun blogging conferences are - yes we're all internet addictions, and that's a problem why?!
What a Twitter party is.
That if you don't blog something it's as if it never even happened.
The horror of going out to take pictures for your blog and realising that you left your cameras memory card at home (it's happened, more than once... *sigh*).
That there's no such thing as a day off - blog mode is constantly on people, there is no off switch!
How impossible it is not to compare yourself to other bloggers.
How you can live a champagne lifestyle of a lemonade budget.
Why Pinterest is the best site ever, so many inspirations, so little time...
That it doesn't matter how tired you are, you just have to get that post finished.
The joy of receiving lovely comments on your blog/social media posts.
The excitement of amazing opportunity emails and how hard it is not to tell everyone about them immdediately.
How insulting it is when people don't realise just how much effort you put into your blog.
Why every picture on your blog has to be 'Pinterest worthy'.
What it's like to have a hallway full of PR sample deliveries and having nowhere to put them.
Why comments like this are so infuriating and why they get deleted immediately - "Nice! I really love your blog. Would you like to follow each other? Here is my blog (insert token blog link here), follow me and I'll follow you back xxx". Eh, how about no. If you really liked my blog you'd just follow it anyway.
What DA, PA, PR and Alexa mean and why they're important.
Why link-ups/blog hops are no good if everyone just link drops.
How amazing it is to see your stats and follower numbers growing.
Just how lovely it is when someone shares your posts on their own social media.
Why automated DMs on Twitter make you immediately want to unfollow the person whose account they came from... ain't nobody got time for that kind of crappy social media spam.
The pain of not winning a blogging award, especially when you made the shortlist *le sob*.
How disappointing it is when you click on a 'how to' post and it's full of generic information you already knew, what was the point?!
How annoying it is when people review a beauty product but don't show swatches or what it actually looks like on - once again, what was the bloody point?!
Why 'join my mailing list' pop-ups will make you want to stop reading a blog, *forever*...
How annoying people who ask for PR contacts in Facebook groups are... just buy it your bloody self!
How amazing some of your fellow bloggers can be and how great it is when you actually strike up a friendship with them.
The feeling of having the support of people you haven't even met, especially if you've connected over an emotional post you wrote.
That the 'Liebster Award' isn't an actual award... oh how we laugh now but when we were newbies we were all dying to be nominated for one (you're lying if you say you weren't).
The joy of seeing your blog reaching milestones you never even thought you could achieve.