“The first thing you need to decide when you build your blog is what you want to accomplish with it, and what it can do if successful.” – Ron Dawson
I try my level best to consider what I should write. My posts , for the most part, are opinions, snippets of my life, re-blogs that I feel are credible.
When it comes to medical, pharmaceutical, etc., I will always use sites that are experts in the field I am writings about. Sites such as; Mayo Clinic, WebMD, plus many more.
Writing about my life, medications I take, treatments I have used, methods of recovery, are just that, my life. I do not wish for anyone to try what I have used or done, but, rather always follow your Physicians and Psychiatrist.
I realize that this is just a blog, not a news service, yet, I am always prudent in my writing and analysis.
My skill in writing posts has grown from where I started. Advice that I have sought, techniques that I have picked up reading others blogs. One thing that I read about keeping your post interesting was to incorporate pictures, change up the fonts, etc., in my post.
Sometimes I find myself totally amazed. Posts that I feel are mediocre receives quite a lot of likes and comments. The ones I think are above average receive the attention of a lead balloon.
For me writing is very cathartic, it allows for me to express myself openly to others. Hearing their feedback is at most times quite soothing.
I acknowledge how kind and warm those who take and share their comments, insights, simple conversation at the end of a post.
There are many benefits from writing, but the one benefit I have notice, is that if I write before I go to bed I seem to fall asleep a bit quicker.
So, I will continue to open myself up sharing my journey on this road to recovery! Always looking forward to hearing from all in the WordPress community!
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