Virtual Identity Crisis

It’s funny how blogging is something I very much want to do and yet, I have the hardest time just churning out something interesting for people to read. I feel very disconnected from my blog. I have attempted reviews. I have attempted covering minor news stories. I have even attempted to work within the confines of ‘content farms’. I think I may have decided it’s just not personal enough.

Now, I don’t know how personal is too personal, but what I do know is that my blogging probably needs to be a reflection of the things I like to talk about the most. I’m not sure if every blogger takes this approach or if they would even agree with me that your blogging voice should be somewhat interchangeable with your IRL conversation voice, but when I read what I’ve blogged so far, I can’t even imagine having a conversation that sounds anything like any of those posts.

Anybody who knows me IRL knows what I love to talk about the most (sometimes to their chagrin) is my son. Beyond that, I love technology, I love TV, I love movies. I have some insights, though hardly expert, into relationships.

So maybe what I need to do is finally open up and lay to digital paper what I generally use to dominate conversations. Maybe give my real life friends and colleagues a break? 😉

That’s me in the photo, by the way. I’d like to talk about my large head, but I’ll save it for another post.