So I’ll be honest. I’ve never been very good at this whole “blogging” thing. I’m not really consistent with tweeting either. Or posting to Facebook. And I’m even worse about Google+. But I’m trying to change that a little bit. And I’m doing that a couple of ways.

  1. I’m actually planning on posting “regularly.” I used to think that blogging meant posting something daily. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Instead, I’m planning on posting about once a week. Maybe I’ll even post twice in a week if there’s actually a lot to talk about.
  2. Posts don’t have to be really long. But things I post generally are going to be over 500 words. I want to do some meaty writing. Though it’ll mostly be fluff.
  3. I don’t really care about how many people read or whatever. I’m OK with that.
  4. I’ll help myself keep to my goal by stockpiling some content. In fact, by the end of this week I should have about a month’s worth of content written, so it’ll be hard for me to fall behind. How’s that for planning?

Mostly, I want to be able to get my thoughts out there. Even if nobody reads them, I’m OK with that. I just want to write. And I’ll do it by using the experiences I have. Maybe I’ll write about things I’ve learned in classes! Maybe I’ll share some lessons I’ve learned from video shoots! Who knows!

Either way it should be good for me. Even if it’s like pulling teeth to write sometimes.