77 Things I Learned From Writing 1,000 Blog Essays

Oh, the wonderful James Wallace Harris has done it again. This time he has written his thousandth essay that looks too long to read, but is in fact something I (as usual) am compelled to read to the very end, nodding or squawking all the way through.

One point that crops up repeatedly rings a bell with me: blogging as an aid to memory. But that’s just one point…

These 77 benefits of blogging were never so exhaustively, personally, and eloquently expressed. Which ones do you agree with? Has James missed any benefits?

Source: 77 Things I Learned From Writing 1,000 Blog Essays

5 thoughts on “77 Things I Learned From Writing 1,000 Blog Essays

  1. sheketechad says:

    There was so much there that I really liked of his 77 things! I particularly liked these two:

    Blogging is a way to embed your personality into words.

    Blogging makes me wish my friends blogged so I could read their thoughts.

    Thanks for sharing his blog (like I need more to read, haha!)

    1. His list does rather entice us to select favourites. Maybe because we cannot hold 77 things in our short term memory.

  2. GeorgieMoon says:

    I found this link via your recent post on Teaching Your Cat To Write. This link to James Wallace Harris’s post is amazing and I would like to reblog it on my site!

    1. So glad to meet another James Wallace Harrison appreciator.

      1. GeorgieMoon says:

        He’s amazing! Thanks for sharing his blog!

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