Currently I have three posts that are saved. Before I write a post, I think about it and pray about it and ponder it and then write it down in draft form then save it and re-read it at a later time and correct it and replace words and phrases and THEN I post it.
About half the time there are still mistakes. But over all, I can stand behind what I write.
The ones that are saved right now - who knows? I know they are truthful, and I know they could be helpful to someone, and I felt sort of led to write them in the first place. And yet, for whatever reason, I am hesitant to hit 'publish'.
It then becomes a matter of discernment: Am I worried one of them will make someone angry? Will someone think it is aimed at them - or worse yet, at someone else? Or am I writing from a place that is not kind? Am I writing from a soapbox?
I'm saying all of this to let you know that even if these blogs sound like they are written on the fly, they aren't. And while I harbor no illusion about any of them being life shattering or changing, I AM careful about what I write.
As to whether any of the saved posts will see the light of day, at some point I will hit 'publish' or 'delete'. Or not.