Researchers are beginning to wonder if the explosion in the blogosphere (we are 100 million strong and counting) could be health related. Blogging – it’s good for you. So says the Scientific American.
First they give us the morphine drip and now they give us blogs so we can self-medicate. Believe me, blogging in more fun. Therapeutic. Seriously, despite all the surgeries the past few years, when it comes to attitude, I can still get it up. And I give much of the credit to time spent thinking in front of this little computer. For the brain, it’s like the crossword puzzle on steroids. I start the first couple of hours every day with my source materials and my computer. Keeps me grinning while I’m bulking up my brain.
In fairness, the rest of the day, I spend with the Mystery Woman, which makes me laugh even more. Stretches my brain, too. Some would say taxes it.
I recommend you encourage your elderly friends to consider blogging. Try it yourself. Have fun. Nobody’s looking. It’s harder to build readership than you think.
But keep your hands off the Mystery Woman.