There are two kinds of text in the world.
The one is where the different parts of the text serve as parts of a coherent whole, where each and every part provides you with some aspect or detail of a greater whole, and where the ultimate goal is that you as a reader navigate these parts in order to grok the more overarching theme and structure of the work.
The other is where the author draws your attention in various ways and directions in order to make you think in new and interesting ways.
I sometimes forget that these two types exist. For some reason, I imagine that there is just the one, and that anything I write will have to measure up to some sort of Platonic yardstick of textiness. If the parts don't measure up - well, then shut up.
This is not a good thing. It means I go silent for a longer while than is healthy for an aspiring blogger.
What is a good thing, though, is that I'm sometimes reminded that I don't have to be the newest, edgiest, wittiest or bestest of anything. I just have to be the one who nudges you and your thinking in a direction neither of you have been nudged before.
This is a more managable goal.
I nudge you to ponder it.