I Stopped Blogging by Phillip Cooke [...]

Just as there are many reasons why people blog, there are also many reasons why people do not. This is a useful reflection on the challenges with blogging.

So why haven't I blogged?   Possible reasons include: "I'm always too busy", but that is just a copout. I was busy when I was blogging previously, but am I underestimating the impact of an increased work stress and absorption Many of my current ideas and arguments are too new and immature to bring to an audience. But blogging I find helps to fast track these ideas. I require a high level of energy reserve and confidence to hang an idea out to be critiqued, to take on criticism or just use feedback to modify and adjust my idea or thinking Writing doesn't come easily to me. I've always had ideas (I'm a good dreamer), but struggle to quickly put these into a clear written argument (I wasn't an English person). So moving an idea to writing takes me time to both finish the dreaming and then to write, edit and rewrite. (Source)

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