Another reason to blog: because when you know how to set one up, and how to post, it's really easy to do it for other purposes too. I'm currently out of the country chaperoning. In one hour I was able to set up a blog, post pictures/reports from the day, link to places visited - and emailed the link to the blog to parents who aren't on the trip.
If you're a parent you can likely guess how interested they are in regular updates and pictures about what students are doing.
It's so easy. There are numerous skills we develop as association executives; and other ways we can use those skills in the rest of our lives.
Wouldn't you like to develop another skill? Try blogging.