I didn't think that I'd get into this. It is kind of self-aggrandizing to sit in an easy chair and assume that people will want to read the blather that you spill out and write onto this and other blogs.
I know my sister likes what I have to say. She reads this faithfully every day. She's probably the reason why I have continued writing the blog. I'm getting very few hits otherwise, maybe under 10 a day. Its always amusing to me to see where people find this. Searches in the various engines such as Google, Bing, and the others will send people to these blogs in curious ways. When I started this, I wrote a few articles that get a hit at least three times a week, such as the ones about my chairs. Reviews always foster interest because people want to see what someone thinks about a product before or after buying it. It helps cut down Buyer's Remorse and makes for a happy shopper.
There's a lot of reasons why people would want to keep after this hobby of blogging. A lot of times in this hectic life, people will never get a chance to "get out" what they have to say so they'll write down what they want on this virtual bathroom wall and be comfortable that someone will end up reading it and maybe get something out of it. I have written quite a few recipes down and put a couple up on here, and the recipes get more traffic than my pictures. To a lot of folks, especially in the office that I work in, someone who can cook well or bake is a fascinating thing.
For now this is probably all I'm getting out of it. I'm entertaining my sister, perhaps a few unseen people on an RSS Feed, and a random person here and there looking for a review on a chair or a mop or a wholesale club.
All I can say is I'm glad I can help. Welcome, or come back again tomorrow.