When I used to work at American Standard, I would leave the blog website up all day and would come to it whenever I couldn’t deal with my work for awhile. I’d type progressive through an idea and by the end of the day would have a nice entry for public consumption. It kept my mind sharp amid the deluge of statistics, and I found I actually did both jobs better. This has been proven now on shop floors, and I’m sure will apply to rendering site plans.
I’ve been motivated to write again, mostly because I sat down and read through my blog again and thought “hey, this isn’t all that bad!” Furthermore, I like the ability to go back through my life since 2001 and know what I was thinking at the time. And to tell you the truth, I miss things like “head, heart, and hands” which gave me a chance to talk about very simple things that meant something to me in my heart.
So I don’t think I’ll be a every day blogger. I doubt I’ll ever make money off the deal, but at least I’ll write more.
Be looking. I have a lot on my plate to get out.