This morning, I read an interesting post from Justin Tadlock on what he regrets the most about blogging.
What I regret the most is that I didn’t write enough about my life.
During my college years, I wrote extensively about my day-to-day existence. There were numerous experiences that I left out.
My blog painted a picture of who I was.
Going forward, I want to record more about me. Or, at the very least, record my thoughts on things. That may include writings on social issues, politics, or pop culture. I’m not entirely sure.
I feel the same way about my blog. It mostly sits here dormant while I submit things to Facebook and Twitter. It’s not that I haven’t wanted to publish more things here but rather, I’ve been keeping a lot of stuff inside and haven’t been able to channel what’s in my head to virtual paper. I’m also scared about what might happen if I open up about some of the things I want to discuss.
I need to recommit to this space of mine. A space where I can write and publish practically about anything I want. I need to get back to a daily writing grind and just let the words flow like the good ole days.
Thanks for the motivation Justin. Now all I gotta do is follow through.