it’s freaking hard, trying to write for technical writing is pretty damn hard!
The amount of reading tonight was quite a lot for a few words I wrote for the night.
I think I am rushing it, maybe some planning, organisation and structure to write one big article per week should be good.
I don’t think it won’t be good putting a lot of pressure writing a lot in one night, I think I need to pace it like a full coursework assignment to explain it in detail and take time outlining the actual content.
The question is whether to do it on word or google docs. I do love google docs to hold all my files, and easy access to written content but I am not to happy about the referencing tools available.
Well… do i even need to reference fully?
not sure, but it would be good.
Well, this week I am going to write about procurement, then next week about tendering procedures, the week after I’ll talk about collateral warranty, novation, assignment, retention, etc….
After that, I’ll go through some construction technology
The other thing I need to concentrate this week too is to write up about the services my dad’s business provide. He just gave me a book so I’ll jump onto that to get started on understanding the practical and theory of the services he provides so whatever I write is legit and is not conflicting.
Like I said, writing is important and does help you get better.
This evening since probably 20:30 I’ve been writing, reading, writing, reading and more writing.
I don’t know about you, but the most-enjoyable moment of the day is this time where I dump my thoughts and feelings about what needs to be done.
Today I’ve found the funniest and most-informative book I’ve came across, on writing by Stephen king, I’ve got it on audio from audible.
You have to get Stephen King’s narrated version, it is brilliant, the way he delivers it is freaking brilliant.
He just gets to the point – one of the reasons he wrote this short book is so that there is less bullshit. compare to other big books on writing this book is short to cut out all the bullshit and give you less bullshit to deal with.
There are a lot of books and blogs out there that waffles a lot of crap but gets to the point at the end where it doesn’t help the reader at all. This is what I’ve been getting from Hubspot last year when I was reading their blogs.
it’s pure content porn, no practical or actional value but content porn.
write my fingers are hurting and I’m hungry I’m heading to bed.