You’ll hopefully develop a skill as you practice your blogging—you’ll find some of your life experiences make for good posts.
Some of my posts on my main blog, for example, are cultural observations (I’m an American who now lives in the Philippines). My Filipino friends usually get a kick out of these posts. I also love posting pictures from ministry events, etc.
You may ask if this can be taken too far. Sure—anything we do can become an unbalanced, all-consuming part of our lives. But blogging is not unique in this regard.
Let me give you a low-tech example. I started preaching and writing years before I started blogging. As a preacher/writer, I’m always on the lookout for stories, illustrations, and examples. Another author/pastor called this being a “student of life.”
Blogging is about expressing yourself and sharing your life. The more you do it, the better you’ll become at learning what you want to share.
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