Nov 222012
 

268 days. That’s 8 months and 25 days. And that’s how long it’s been since I lasted updated this blog. Since December 2010, I’ve written a whopping 7 posts.  Let’s not even mention how long it has been since I updated my other blog. And here I am — like the stereotypical Internet blogger — about to act like an expert on something I know very little about.

OK. So maybe rather than pretending that I have expertise to share, I am going to treat this more like an experiment: I am going to keep up with this blog by writing at least a few posts (2+) a month. Here’s how I think I can make it happen:

  • Keep it short. Really short. This means sharing just a few thoughts on a very specific topic.
  • Carve out no more than 20 minutes to write a post. Although I don’t think I could possibly be busier with all of the things going on in my life (startup + newborn), I can surely find 20 minutes here and there. Being busy, in itself, is never an excuse for anything.
  • Stop waiting for something earth shattering to write about. Just write. I’ve realized that my biggest problem with blogging is that I keep trying to find something “important enough” and unique to share with the world. Inevitably, those types of posts are much more complicated and painful to write… and end up not being very important or unique anyway.

Starting a company, and a family, has helped me realize that there so many things that happen in every day life that are worth discussing and thinking about. Keeping up with a blog is a great way to record those moments and learnings. If not for anyone else, at least for myself. Let’s see how I do!

  One Response to “How to keep up with your blog”

  1. Love this!!!!!!!!!!!! Im looking forward to more. I fall in the same place….. But my problem is that, I’m not a confident in my writing skills.
    I have the thoughts, but it takes me forever to put the thought on paper or computer.

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