On writing more regularly

When I started this blog, it was meant as a place to both capture what I share on Twitter (as a personal data archive), but I was also planning to try my hand at writing some more.

I have things to say about non profit technology (which is what I mainly present on at conferences and workshops). I’m by no means an expert, but I work in nonprofit communications – mainly social media and web strategy – so I read a lot of blogs and try to keep up. I figured it would be worth sharing good stuff that I find. I mainly do that via twitter  but want to add a bit more of my own ideas or analysis (heck, maybe even insight!) along with some of the links.

I also have always worked in the immigrant settlement sector and want to write more about those issues. If you follow me here already, you know that I publish daily posts of news, etc. I want to write more about what’s happening there, along with some related Canadian politics issues – mainly the sad state of Canadian politics, etc.

But, I really only write sporadically. I have some saved draft posts here and there, I think about a good post, but rarely put it down in writing. I’ve read lots of great articles and how to write, etc. This is the latest good read:

Why You Should Write Daily
http://zenhabits.net/write-daily/

It’s good, you should give it a read. Hopefully it will inspire me to write more. I can’t always promise excellent writing, but hopefully it will get better over time. 🙂

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marco

Communications in social services/social change, immigration, diversity & inclusion in Toronto. Wannabe librarian, interested in nonprofit tech innovation.

Communications in social services/social change, immigration, diversity & inclusion in Toronto. Wannabe librarian, interested in nonprofit tech innovation.

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