Writing would be the obvious choice, but I don't feel particularly qualified to give writing advice to people who read this, mostly people who are writers themselves.
I often write here about the experience of being a parent, but I definitely am no expert at that either. Posts on parenting probably carry my narrative voice and sound more like my fiction than my writing on other topics. But no one wants parenting advice - I certainly don't. When anyone calls themselves an expert on parenting, I immediately doubt them and assume they are absolutely full of crap.
I'm a junior gardener and like working in my yard. I have magical powers with a tomato plant. And I'm an expert at destroying crabgrass. But I can tell you the secret in one line:
Dig it up down to the root, throw it away, and reseed repeatedly, but never in August.
I used to be somewhat of an expert on software and database development, websites, and business process improvement - but, well, I don't do that now for a reason. I assume all of you would run fast from a post with any of these titles:
- Database Normalization
- How to Create an XML Grammar
- How to Get the Business Requirements Out of End Users Who Are Terrified (And Rightly So) Your Application Will Eliminate Their Job
I'll remain themeless for now, write about whatever I feel like, and hope you feel like reading it.
By the way - zero NaNo words this weekend, but I am so very close to finishing the edits on my previous novel. I can't say how excited I am!!