About a month ago I launched a blog for my weight loss goals. I realized that I needed to get in better shape. With my background in writing I decided that a blog would be a great way to help motivate my weight loss progress. The blog is titled Bettering Me.
So far Bettering Me has over 40 posts with new ones coming out Monday through Friday. Friends and family have expressed their interest in the blog and I am very happy with results.
Bettering Me is an example of my blog writing.
Those who are looking for samples of my work can visit Bettering Me to get an idea of my casual writing style. Every post that has me labeled as the writer, is in fact, written by me. While the main intention of Bettering Me is bettering me it will also serve as a portfolio enhancer for those who are looking to see more of my work.
For a while my website mainly focused on my freelancing work. The website redesign that is currently underway is bringing it back to its original form, a blog. For months the only fiction writing I have posted was the Reddit prompt. I have done some minor fiction writing here and there since then but nothing major.
My goal from the website redesign is to bring a lot of the focus back to my fiction writing. When my blog here was at its most active I was doing more writing. Making regular posts and having a blog will hopefully get me back in the game. November is coming up in not too long and I want to be ready for National Novel Writing Month.
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I decided to start a personal blog for myself, mainly to help me write more. So far it has helped a lot. I have written more than a few posts for it. No, I will not be posting the blog name, url, or other detailed information about it on here. I want to keep it seperate and give me a place to write that isn’t connected to the rest of my life. That way I will be able to let my writing flow almost unihibited.
Why mention it on here then? I mention the idea of having a personal blog because it has already helped me keep on track in my personal writing. I have worked on a short story and done more writing towards my current work in progress. Just a tip. 😉