How Not To Write “About Me” in Your Website Page.

Yeah Sure! I have endlessly ranted about the scarily intimidating technical side of blogging and website designing and building. Not only that, I have confidently declared my love for talking about how passionate I am about writing only for it to slap me hard in the face when I accidentally clicked on my “About” page. It’s not only empty. It’s rubbish. Looks like I need to also declare my inability to write something about myself.

While I’ve been scribbling almost about other things I am passionate about, I couldn’t do the same about myself without really asking who really I am. I’m self centered right? Then it should be the easiest page to fill but it isn’t without sounding that I am so full of myself. I typed non-stop. Paused to read it and then angrily jabbed at the innocent poor backspace button. Blank space again. I wasted more than half an hour of my precious time when I can use that time in figuring out how to improve my blog’s traffic. I started typing again to describe me in second person. It was a bit easier this. I stopped and read it. Control A. Delete. Great! I have a new routine. I have successfully mastered the art of wasting my time.

 

This made me think. Is this how clueless I am about my own self? Is this how I loathe myself? Why do I need to do astral travel just to be able to see myself in such an acceptable way even for my own liking? How will I be able to give myself some justice? Will I come off as too boastful in my choice of words or for the length of this page? If I couldn’t write it, who should I ask to do it? Who knows me better than I do? Clearly, I have confidence issues no matter how much I say that I have gotten rid of it. Were all my efforts to know and love myself better not working? It turns out that like my

blog, I am still under construction.

 

What are your struggles in writing “About” page? Sure I need sound tips.

5 Comments

  1. Vox

    My “”About Me” page is empty too! After all of the posts i’v Read about how to write a killer one and mine is empty too! 🙄 Somehow—like you—I must be feeling that it must be perfect or not at all. 🙁 I am going to take this on as a challenge to just put one up temporarily—to break this cursed cycle—and give myself permission to update if I think of something better. Thanks for encouraging me to get that thing done once and for all! 💪🏾

  2. Ruta

    I liked your About Me- page. I think it is funny, honest and interactive.

    I agree that writting about ourselves is probably the most challenging thing to write about. We spend most of our lives figuring us out 🙂

  3. I feel you! Writing my “about me” page has been the biggest struggle for me as well, and I don’t think I did that well either.
    I suppose that it’s because the “about” page is so general, and it doesn’t have a clear message. When I write a post, I always know what points I want to bring across to add value to readers and I can work from there. But when I’m writing about myself, I’m not sure how it adds value. Sure, I can describe why I started my blog, but is that really important?
    What I did though is write different posts about different parts of my story (related to my blog topics) and link them on the ” about me” page. And I kept the overall text really short.

  4. Thank you for this article!

    Will definitely be reviewing my “About me” page now I’ve read this.

  5. I think to keep your About Me page up to date is important .Mine needs a make over for sure.Thankyou for the nice post .

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