I am battling with how to write a blog post without dropping into the mundane details of everyday life. It is something we have all become aware of with the rise in social media. There are people that inherently know how to use it, and there are people who do not. It is an ongoing internal struggle for me to grok this. It is probably why I started this blog.
I don’t think I’ve ever been that guy that puts up 14 pictures of the omelet he just made for breakfast. And that is not just a “do unto others…” thing; it mostly stems from the feeling that I don’t have much important to say. I don’t text friends or family out of the blue, even really good friends. I’m good at returning email, but not initiating the conversation.
So, before this post ends up eating itself, get to the point. That is why this blog was started. See if inspiration can be wrung from the person described above. Or, not even inspiration — just content. Balancing sparse entries with insight. Learning to make fingers type sentence good. Creating.