I wanted to share a brief story of how I am a (very) imperfect writer.
But also – perfection doesn’t exist. What I deem perfect isn’t what you might deem perfect.
Having said that, there are generally some accepted standards that we apply to tasks.
My proofreading style: happens after I’ve hit published.
A few (too many) years ago at a ProBlogger conference, we were mucking around with a chalkboard and writing our blog shame confessions on it. Mine:
I still don’t proof read 🙁 #BlogShame
You don’t have to be perfect to write. Or do whatever is that you like. Partly because there’s no such thing as perfection, partly because how will you learn if you don’t do, and partly because imperfection (to whatever standard you think exists) is a terrible excuse for a barrier.