From CJ Chilvers on shorter posts versus long ones:
“The hobbyists (and one prominent pro — Seth Godin) profess that it’s the opposite that has the most positive impact on your life and mental health: short-form writing, and just getting your ideas out there. They’re correct.
I’m sharing this here as a way to break down any pretense for delaying the start of regular publishing on my blog, since I keep making excuses. While some longer posts are in progress, being able to come up with 30 ideas for shorter articles on the spot means it’s due time for me to get writing and sharing more often.
This also reminds me of a quick aside from Federico Viticci that I noticed while catching up on an article:
I will inevitably forget how to (…), so I’m going to bookmark my own post for future reference.
With all the new things I’m learning in my freelance career, it’d only be beneficial for me to write out the process and use it as a reference for later. Plus, some of you may find it useful too.