Cons: Ratties are a rare breed and most of you will never have the honor of having one in your life. I don't want anyone to feel bad about owning an inferior breed nor do I want to turn off any cat- rat- fish- or bird-owners out there by constantly talking about dogs.
Cons: As much as I love teaching, I hate writing instructions. I feel like there are too many voices on the web telling everyone else the "right" way to design and program for the web for mine to ever be heard. Most of my friends and family could not be more bored than they are when I start talking shop, and I just wouldn't want that.
Cons: There is a site for this. It's called GoodReads.com. Check it out sometime.
Cons: I have had too many failures with this to ever set myself up as an example. I don't want to discuss my weight struggles every day. It's too depressing.
Cons: I would rather do crafts than talk about them. There's just not that much you can say about scrapbooking that isn't already being said by thousands of crafty moms.
Do you see the problem? I have too many interests. How could I choose one and ignore the rest? When and where would I talk about all of the miscellaneous happenings if I did a topic-focused blog. Harley is smart, but he has nothing to do with programming. Healthy eating is important, but what does it have to do with making paper? Then there are the other interests in my life - music, Disney, decorating, juggling sticks, Ren Fest, comedy, theater, movies, and so on.
Call it lack of focus if you wish, but I prefer to think of myself as a renaissance woman. I would rather talk about everything and nothing than one thing.
Hope you enjoy it.