See, we're not alone. The list is not complete by any means, so I'll be adding to it as we go along. Including as many links as possible is tradition in blogging. In fact, early blogs were often little more than a way to share link collections.
In particular, I recommend The Linguist. It has a lot of useful learning tips.
- ESL weblog (using English)
- The Linguist
- The English Blog
- Teaching English in Korea
- ESL Blog it! (Australia)
- ESL Writing (for both teachers and students)
- Teacher Dude's Grill & BBQ
- Links to TESL Weblogs (ITESL-J)
- ESL Blogring (listing something like 30 esl blogs)
Also consider looking for blogs in areas that interest you personally or professionally (law, computers, cooking, health care, science, sports, etc)
Don't forget (#2): you are supposed to be posting - comments and, if you are a full member, original posts. If you have reading access but are not yet a full member, you can still post comments. It's an ongoing writing assignment. Don't be just a lurker. Also, when someone comments on your post or comment, answer them.