Some of you may have noticed I’ve been quiet for a few days. That’s because I’ve been working on the elements of my new Medical Lessons site. Among the things I’ve learned since starting this project in mid-November, just 2.5 months ago, is this –
Blogging is like practicing medicine in some surprising ways:
1. You learn how to blog by doing it;
2. What you say, and how you say it, makes all the difference;
3. Some people will appreciate your style, others won’t;
4. You have to be careful, details can make things go right or wrong;
5. There’s never enough time in the day;
6. It’s fun, interesting and rewarding (largely in intangible ways);
7. You have to stay current to be good at it;
8. You get to interact with all sorts of people;
9. You’re constantly learning;
10. I love it.
As soon as the new site is ready, you’ll find the directions automatically.
Not to worry – I’ll be writing lots, then and there. Once the formatting’s done I’ll have more time to spend on ideas and information.
See you there!