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Friday, April 05, 2019

Reflection after 3 Months of Blogging

This would be a short post, which I would to like to jot down my feeling after 3 months of blogging. Since this year January, I have been consistently publishing post every Friday. Sometimes, due to work and personal stuff, I find it difficult to squeeze time for writing. However, when I have time, I would scratch my head and take a long time to think of what topic to write.


Not easy to consistently thinking of new idea to write
Now that I tried blogging, I've truly experience that this is not an easy work. Maybe for some people, they could finish a post within 1 to 2 hours. Well, this is definitely not the case for me, my average writing time per post is around 10 to 12 hours. I would always searching for pictures to insert between paragraph and avoid lengthy post with only words. Most pictures in this blog are from Pixabay or Pexels, which you could download pictures freely, must really give credits to these sites and photographers.
As far as possible, I would follow the ground rules below:
1) Consistent writing schedule, post once a week
2) Simplified post content, even non-experience person could understand easily
3) Keep post clear and concise, brief yet comprehensive
4) Less words; more pictures, tables and examples
5) Share spreadsheet for readers to have a template to start working on blog idea
6) Share links to other sites which provide more detail information or comparison
I would try not to break them
Finally, I would like to express that I am really salute to those bloggers who could continuously blog financial related articles for years. It is because to their willingness to share, persistency and discipline in which allow readers like me to learn from their knowledge and experience. If you are one of them, give yourself a round of applause.

Ok, now I admit I am cheating here and I have just bought myself a week of time for next post. Till then, see you.

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