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Well, you are right. It does take time. However, after a while it gets to be a habit. And like anything else, practice makes it easier. It sort of depends on the subject matter also. Some subjects don't generate very much variety of topic. That is why I like the writing field. It is wide open to everything. Every human writes something at least once a day. Writers just make a living doing that. No topic is off limits.
A blog enables those people who do not want to write for a living to endulge in venting their frustrations or sharing their joys. Some people use them once a day, others use them once a week or month. It is highly personal but is a way to make sure the world knows they are alive and have something to say.
Yes, there are rules which are there for those who would typically abuse the right to write. But, all-in-all, most people are just informative or entertaining. For a lot of retired people, it is a way to keep in touch with family and friends who end up scattered all over. They can also share knowledge in their own way and not have to worry about editors who will change it.
I, personally, enjoy the blog experiences that I have, I receive feedback all the time in different venues. It encourages discussions with people I am likely never to meet otherwise. New topics come up all the time just from waking up each morning and looking out at the world through my computer. For those people who endulge in the habit of blogging, I hope it leads to fun, knowledge, and friends.