I’ve mulled over it long enough. What’s the correct way to blog? What’s my point? Are there too many other blogs out there now? And the list goes on and on and on. So I narrowed it down to my final 3 concerns:
- What angle to write from? (my perspective or Little Wagon Produce perspective)
- Can I keep up with it? (family, boyfriend, full-time job, part-time jobs, friends, etc)
- Do I really have something unique to say and, more importantly, who will want to read it?
And here’s what I realized:
Sooner is better than later. I knew I would regret it if I didn’t start this winter, since it’s my down time from the busy summer. I decided to portray my perspective for now because I’m learning so much in my new full-time position with Nemours and I have much to share about how it connects with my agricultural background. I know it will be unique because I have a broad range of topics to cover from the history of ag, family experiences, customer recipes, consumer myths and questions, and local policy issues relating to ag. Plus I have a new project called Common Ground to tell you about, too. Therefore, I feel it would be very selfish of me NOT to share! I haven’t quite figured how I’m going to keep up with it but I’m hoping it comes naturally. I also pray that this blog will give me great contentment as I strive to inform, educate, and shed light on topics that are in much need of transparency.
Ok, enough said, I’ve got blogs to write! 🙂