How can I just write?

Why I Made Today I Learned by @simonwoods was the first blogging platform that I found which gave no friction to get words onto my blog; it answered this same question for me perfectly. My previous attempts at blogging never held, in part because of the hassle of getting words into it. I have multiple archives of blogs, usually 2-3 months of posts each. is the only one I’ve stuck with, coming up on a year in February.

It’s interesting to look back at my posts and see the similarities of my Twitter habits follow to, but after a few months, I broke free. On Twitter, I watched and barely interacted except for likes and retweets. On if I like a post, I’ll reply to the post stating so, or quote the line (such as this post) and reply in the form of a post.

In ten months of being a part of, I’ve been writing more, became less afraid to get involved in conversations as I see them, and genuinely enjoy coming to to interact with others. I cannot say thank you to @manton enough for bringing into the world, and @macgenie for helping foster and develop a community worth being part of.

I’m looking forward to what 2019 brings for