Do you outline your posts (planning) or do you just go ahead by the seat of your pants (pantzing)?
When it comes to writing, especially my blog posts, I definitely tend to be a seat-of-my-pants kind of writer. I sit down and start writing, and keep going until the post is finished. That isn’t to say I don’t stop to edit, but a lot of that happens during the process of actually writing.
My lack of planning when it comes to writing explains a great deal of why I never liked research papers, and more than likely, also explains why I struggle writing long-form fiction of any variety. The drudgery of planning bores me, and I just start writing, but then things don’t turn out the way I want, so I scrap the project and try to start again, leading to the same result. Even when I do finally accept defeat and try to plan, I tend to get distracted and go on to other projects because all that planning takes too long.