Writing a blog
Today I asked Matsutani-san’s advice on how to write a blog every day because I can’t do it, and he told me something I didn’t think was a good advice until now because now I think it can actually help: don’t think about it.
When I was in university one of the things we (I and my Development Communication classmates) were usually told is that we should know our audience. When we were writing, interviewing, making materials for information dissemination or creating organizational plans we were consistently thinking about our audience. It is one of the things I can’t forget because I think it’s one of the most important things I’ve learned.
But from today I think it’ll be better for me not to think about anything when I write a blog because if I don’t think about the relevance of the topic or the tone or the content then I will be able to write every day.