8 Tips On Being A Mature-Minded Blogger

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Maturity can be looked upon as being well-developed mentally and emotionally.

You and I both know, that maturity does not always come with age (For example, there are grown adults who possess the mindset of children).

Unfortunately, there are bloggers who behave in an immature manner; you might know of a blogger who behaves immaturely (For your sake, I hope that you are not a blogger who has the tendency of being immature).

When it comes to blogging, having a mature mindset will help you to avoid:

  • Starting a fight with someone online.
  • Thinking that you are always right and that everyone else is always wrong.
  • Believing that you are superior to other bloggers.
  • Being a selfish blogger.
  • An unwillingness to learn anything new.
  • Believing that other people are stupid for not reading your blog posts.

Immature people can be somewhat of a nuisance; especially when you have to deal with them online on a regular basis (And, that is the main reason why a lot of people try their best to avoid them).

So, I have decided to share with you, the traits of a mature-minded blogger.

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Should Linux Users Discontinue The Practice Of Distro-Hopping?

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Some of my readers are probably wondering, “Huh? What the hell is distro-hopping?”

Well, for the sake of clarity, the term, “Distro-hopping,” is one that is often used by the people of the Linux community to describe the act of switching from one distribution of Linux to another distribution of Linux (Most Linux users are guilty of this type of behaviour).

I would also like to state for the record, that I have done my fair share of distro-hopping.

And, I am going to examine both the pros and the cons of distro-hopping.

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