After pouring my heart out to my good friend Søren and telling him how frustrated I am about not doing anything with my spare time he told me to get a grip… well not exactly but that’s what I did none the less.
One of the attempts I’ve been making lately is to improve my writing skills. And following some sane advice the only way of getting better at writing is to actually do it. So here I am writing. And that leads me back to why I brought up my discussion with my friend. My issue with writing so fat has been that I don’t feel like I have anything to write about. My biggest interest at the moment is keeping up with tech news and so that would be an obvious area to write about. But so far I don’t feel like I have anything to add to the already rather extensive coverage taking place on sites like Engadget and This is my next… What Søren made me realize was that so far my writing has been very much focused on being factual, while the personal stories are the interesting ones.
So now to the title of the post. If I want to improve my writing it isn’t gonna happen in one go. I will have to start writing to actually do any good writing, and I’ll start writing about my experiences instead of just trying to relay some factual information or story.
So this marks my attempt to do one blog post a day for a minimum of 10 days.
Wish me luck!