We all have something to say. It might be about our expertise at work like computer programs or the latest app for a smartphone. Or you might want to share what's growing in your garden so other can benefit from your green thumb. Others like to wistfully ruminate on their daily observations.
Whatever it is you have on your mind, share it with friends and neighbors on Patch by becoming a blogger.
It's easy. All you have to do is sign up for a Patch account (if you don't have one already) and apply to be a blogger using the button on the bottom of our homepage. Have questions? Contact Community Editor Lon Cohen at email@example.com.
Below you will find links to a few select blogs that have cropped up on Patch sites over the past week. Give them a read and see if any of them inspire you to put down your words in a blog.
Which side will win out today?
Blogger Kelsey Renz recently sat down to watch a Hallmark movie entitled Second Chances, and walked away from the experience feeling both disappointed and inspired.
Long Island attorney Paul A. Lauto, Esq. talks about drug companies circumventing the FDA.
Teacher's Federal Credit Union asked that same question.
Blogger seeks your local memories of cars and Commack.
Watch as a 10-year-old hooks a 20-pound striped bass.
Remember, if you have something you'd like to say to you neighbors or you've got the writing bug, put your words on Patch by becoming a blogger. Sign up or email Community Editor Lon Cohen at firstname.lastname@example.org.