I am a firm believer in living in the moment. I think this is important to remember when you write and make decisions about something because, when you’re thinking about it or going through it, it is more likely that you aren’t as mindful as you could be.
I think this is one of the things that is frustrating about writing for a living, it is so easy to forget about the people around us. I often hear comments about how I should be writing more things and I always feel guilty when I say that. Writing is a solitary activity, and when you are able to connect with other people online it is much easier to have this sort of social interaction. However there is another side to this, that I think is important to remember.
Not everyone is able to be more mindful. If you are doing a lot of writing, whether it is for a client or a blog, you are probably not able to have this much of a social life. But for those of us who are more than occasional writers, this is the very reason we get to do what we do. When we sit down on the couch and write, we are not doing this for us, or for anyone else, but in order to communicate with another person.
One of the benefits of blogging is that writing it, and blogging about it, is a way of communicating. And I absolutely hate to leave this out, but there really is no substitute for personal interaction. Blogging is a very personal activity that is not necessarily for the sake of your relationship with the blog author, but it really is.
Blogging is one of the most satisfying ways to write a blog because you can make an impact on someone else by writing about what you have to say. I know it sounds like we’re talking about a relationship here, but it’s really more like writing a personal diary — it’s an activity that you can do and bring others along with you. If you’re going to write a blog, I recommend doing it regularly.
I have a friend who writes daily on her blog. She is a very busy woman, so she is very active on her blog, but the amount of writing she does is minimal. I think her blog may be her first, and it may be the first in a series of blogs she is planning to release.
She is also an active member on Facebook, and the posts on her Facebook page are often of her own writing and posts about the things she likes or does. A good friend told me that she has a blog, but it is not in the same vein as her Facebook posts. However, her blog may be a place to post things she wants to share with her friends, or to post things she wants to show off.
The blog is small in size, but her posts are always lively and informative. And when she makes a post, it usually is well thought out with references to her writings or life experiences. They are usually thought out well, but that isn’t to say she doesn’t make mistakes. She has a habit of putting things out there in advance that she doesn’t think people want to read and that are not worth sharing.
To say her blog is “yellow” is putting it lightly. Her posts are always bright and colorful. The colors she uses are often ones she has purchased from an online store, and then the colors she applies to the posts she does use her own style of yellow, but it’s so bright and colorful that it almost looks purple.
In terms of color, she is a very particular person. She has a big collection of things she has purchased from online stores and then does her own thing with them. She then goes on to incorporate her own style into her blog posts. She is very meticulous about the details, and I think that helps her in a way because it makes her posts stand out.