I'll be writing two kinds of posts. One like I mentioned is on my journey into start-ups, which I'll release on Sundays. The other would be an article around an idea or learning I wanted to share, which I'll post on Fridays.
Despite how frustrating writing is (as of finishing, I've spent over 3 hours on this single thing...), I'm sticking with it. I love writing because it allows me to say what I really want to say. It's those moments when I find the exact words to express something. By something I mean it's like I'm putting words to some part of my experience in a way that seems like a truth. Just like what I said about why I love writing, that to me was a truth. I had no idea that was one reason I loved writing until I found the words, and when I did it felt right.
On a side note, I've found this piece hard to write because I'm wondering if it's interesting. That what I have to say is worthwhile. I don't think it's possible to know that or not, but even then I think I can. A better guide for myself would be whether what I'm writing is true or not. For example, I couldn't give two shits about writing an essay in high school on a book I didn't care about. And that showed in my writing. I think it's important to both care and have experienced what you're writing about, and it's why I like reading posts by Ava.
I guess I want to say that I'm trying really hard at being real. That sounds horrible when I say it. It's like if I have to try then I already messed up. Well they say if you don't cringe at your old self then you haven't grown, so I'll put this out there.