Just stop with these. I have seen way too many bloggers complain about not receiving all the gifts and the hell it is to track down each person. Not worth it. Trust me. Even if you host it and have nothing to do with the specific people who are part of the giveaway, you will still look bad in the end because you hosted. I have had "got lost in the mail", "so sorry I will do it soon it's been crazy busy", "I emailed egift card already and it says you got it", etc. Get my drift.
Big Time Blogger Turn Into Sponsoring/Review Robots
We have all had that one "big time" blogger who we loved because they wrote funny and awesome blog posts. Then BAM, every other post is a sponsored post. It starts to seem that the Blogger LOVES everything... from a type of shirt to a wreath from an etsy shop. You are not fooling us big time bloggers, we know you don't REALLY like all that stuff.
Bloggers who buy EVERYTHING
Unless I happen to be following a lot of super rich blog followers, how in the hell do some of you have money to buy every single monthly subscription along with designer clothes, necklaces, etc. Seriously, if you have found some money pit that continually gives out money, let me know. I can use some of that to pay off some bills.
Bloggers who Love Starting Twitter Drama
We ALL know who these bloggers are. They seem to always put up controversial/mean/rude/stupid tweets and then personally attack other tweeters. Then it blows up to followers attacking every one who happens to reply. The start of the twitter war where some of us partake in, and some just grab the popcorn while laughing at how grown adults become the high school "mean" girls. Classy I tell you.
Bloggers Who Fluff Up Their Life
The beauty of blogging is being able to meet other awesome bloggers. We all say we are true to our blogs and honest. But let's face it, if all of your blog posts are about how awesome your marriage is, how awesome your child/children are, how awesome your job is.... we know you are lying. Life is never great. Life has it's up AND downs. If you claim to be "real" on your blog, then let me see a post where you hate your husband for not putting the toilet seat down and telling us how your problem child ate crayons for the 13th time. It's OK. We read to know about your life and how you handle it...that includes the bad times. And I will say, when I post about things not going so great, the support and motivation I get from comments is beyond awesome. So, let your hair down and truly be you.
Any other type of #BloggerProbs you face??? Let me know, let's just get it out there!