With a flood of content online, it isn’t always easy deciding what to ‘consume’. As much as there’s great content there’s an equal amount of rubbish, if not more. Do you have a content consumption manifesto? Are there any guides on what you decide to give your attention and time to while online? In this episode I thought it would be great to talk about what I look for in content online.Continue reading “What I Look For In Content I Consume Online [Vlog Ep. 07]”
Besides my own blog I publish on a few other blogs. I’ve also had the privilege of having some of my work published in print publications as well. For me, writing is not only a way of processing but also quieting my mind. Sometimes my mind is too occupied with many things. Writing becomes a way of expelling some thoughts, allowing me to focus on other things. I’m feeling the impact of writing less.
Not writing or writing enough, whatever that is, presents some weird challenges for me. The following is not exhaustive:
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“I’ve been reluctant to vlog and why I’m changing my mind”. A decent title for my first “vlogging” attempt in a while. I’ve been creating content–mostly long written form and it’s actually stupid not to take advantage of video. Some people are participating in V.E.D.A. (Vlog Everyday In April) and I thought this would be … Continue reading Why I’ve Been Reluctant To Vlog And Why I’m Changing My Mind [VLOG: Episode 01]
I’ve written tens, even hundreds of thousands of words with the intention of publishing them. While I’ve published some, some of the words got no eyeballs besides mine. That blog unpublished blog post. They rest in a graveyard on my computer. Some of them I deleted. Where do deleted words actually go? Weird thought, right? But why does the blog post I didn’t publish exist?
One of the challenges of publishing, or more specifically in this context, blogging, is creating content. I’ve never been a fan of creating content for the sake of it. As I’ve said in the past, here, here and here, writing and blogging have been primarily notes-to-self. Blogging has been a way for me share my failures and wrestle with ideas and various issues.