How I write

This week, Dr. Tonya is asking us for her blogging insights prompt…

Do you write directly on a device? Are you old school, do you write on paper first?

I blog using my laptop for the most part. I use the email post in, and I will write each post as an email first, I’ve learned how to tag posts, and all that directly from within the email. I rarely use the WordPress site to post content. I find since they’ve updated the sight I can barely access it. I mean I cannot use the block editor, and the few times that I do use my phone to post something, I find it very complicated. I do occasionally post a post or two using my phone though.

Do you re-draft? If so, how many times?

I check my posts for typo’s. That’s about the extent of my redrafting. Sometimes if I am rushing I won’t even check over my post, but that isn’t wise. So normally I will try to at least check it for typo’s.

How do you write? Blogging Insights 3.0 – 2 – Salted Caramel (

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

12 thoughts on “How I write”

  1. Sorry the website change is so cumbersome. Would you say that it is more difficult to use for you due to the sight impairment or the controls changing so much? I don’t know how to do the email version you mentioned! I type my drafts in the wordpress website a day to a week ahead, then proof and revise.

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