Five Benefits Of Blogging That Most Bloggers Will Agree

1. To share their passion

When you are passionate about something, you want to share it with the world. Whether it’s a passion for fishing, photography, or marketing, blogging is an excellent way to share that passion. When you blog about something you are passionate about, it opens the door to connecting with those around the world who speak your language and have the same passions.

2. You will improve your writing skills

The more you do something, the better you will become at that skill. Writing is no exception. Even if you don’t set out to study writing, your writing will improve the more you do it. You can even invest in grammar checker tools to help you with the writing basics, punctuation, spelling, sentence structure, and style while you write.

3. You will connect with new people

One of the greatest benefits of blogging is connecting with others. You don’t just grow some followers on social networks or email lists. You build genuine relationships. You make friends with people you wouldn’t have met otherwise. Something that surprises many people is that they develop a fan base through blogging. If you attend events in your industry, you will get recognized by people you’ve never met. They will thank you for all the great work you have done.

4. Keeping friends and family updated:

If you live far away from your friends and family, blogging can be a great way to keep them updated on what’s going on in your life. You can use your blog to share news, photos, and stories with the people you love.

5. You Will Have a Healthy Emotional Outlet

This is especially true if you are looking to blog for personal purposes. While your blog may not be meant as a “secret diary”, it can still serve as an emotional outlet. Studies have shown that writing helps people heal emotionally after a traumatic experience. Even if your experiences may not be considered especially traumatic, writing can serve as a way to overcome mental and physical hardships in life.

10 Fun Facts About Budweiser

The business was built from the ground up by German immigrants.

Adolphus Busch emigrated to St. Louis, Missouri from Germany in the 1850s. He immediately got into the brewing supply business and started collaborating with the Anheuser brewery. He married the owner’s daughter, Lily Anheuser, and began working for Anheuser. By 1880, Busch was the president of the company, now called Anheuser-Busch.

It was the original mass-market light beer in America.

America had a heavy English heritage in its early days, and our beer-drinking preferences mirrored those of the United Kingdom. Anheuser-Busch borrowed from Bohemian beer traditions, though, and sold light lagers.

Anheuser-Busch has a history of taking advantage of scientific innovation.

The brewery built its own refrigerated rail network to keep the fragile lagers fresh as they traveled across the country. The company was also the first to pasteurize beer, allowing it to become the first national beer brand.

Beer and big sport

Beer Budweiser is inextricably linked with almost all important events in the world of sports. So, Bud acted as the official sponsor of the NASCAR and NFL teams, and also sponsored the Beijing Olympics in 2008, the World Cup in 2010, the Vancouver Olympics of the same year and more.

Prohibition couldn’t stop the brand.

Anheuser-Busch was one of the few breweries that managed to stay open during the 10-plus years of Prohibition. To keep the business running, the brewery pumped out non-alcoholic products.

The infamous rice in the ingredient list has always been there.

Budweiser claims to use the same five ingredients that Adolphus Busch used when he started the brewery: water, barley, yeast, hops, and rice.

Bud Light has been more popular than Budweiser since 2001.

The only thing Americans love consuming in mass quantity more than lager is light lager. Bud Light was introduced in 1988 and overtook Budweiser in sales in 2001.

It can’t be sold as Budweiser in parts of Europe.

A brewery in the Czech Republic called Budejovicky Budvar has a claim on the name Budweiser for its beer, Budvar Budweiser. Instead, what Americans call Budweiser is simply called Bud.


Humor has always been present in Budweiser beer ads. It is thanks to atypical and funny commercials that beer of this brand has gained such great popularity. So, for advertising “Whassup ?!” Anheuser-Busch even won the Grand Prix at the forty-eighth annual Cannes International Advertising Festival. This advertisement was rewritten on cassettes and CDs, and the funny phrase was instantly picked up by hundreds of thousands of people, many of whom were not even beer drinkers.

It’s part of a large Belgium multinational.

In 2008, Anheuser-Busch sold outside the family for the first time. It was acquired by a Belgian group to create Anheuser-Busch InBev. That group has been contentious among craft brewers as it bought up 10 independent breweries. The Brewers Association, the largest craft brewing lobbying group, has declared war on AB InBev and Budweiser.

Sharing My Current Nighttime Routine

Share your nighttime routine

I’m going to mention my current nighttime routine since I have been working from 8:30 am till 5:30 pm. Well, I usually drink a cup of tea at around 7 pm. Usually black but sometimes with milk as well. I drink it at my desk while watching Youtube. I also play some games on my phone and blog a post or two. At around 9 pm is when I have my dinner along with the parents.

Once dinner is done and the plates are put away, I will go back to my desk and wait for almost 10:30 pm. That is when I go back to the kitchen and get a small orange and an apple from the fridge and put them in a bowl. I will take them back to my desk and eat them while I still watch Youtube videos. I usually will shut down the system by 11 pm.

I then try to watch some tv show episodes that were released during that week. Usually I will just last 1 episode or so and then will either fall asleep with all the lights and the tv on or I will rouse myself from the closing eyelids and then switch everything off before I get back into bed and go to sleep as my alarm will ring at 6 am.

Prompt from 30 APRIL BLOG POST IDEAS at BloggingHerWay