I don't seem to notice the spelling mistakes/grammatical errors until after posted. Fortunately, can edit hubs. I don't beat myself up about things I might have done wrong, or else I wouldn't write at all.
I intend revisting at some stage to try and improve some technical things here and there, but as long as my writing is an outlet for me and touching some people, I'm happy with it.
My hubs are about sensitive issues, that may have caused me embarrasment/shame in past - I'm at a place now where I can write about them without the raw hurt.
I'm embarrassed by almost everything I write -- eventually. I'm my own worst critic (aren't we all?) and I aim to improve every single time I write something.
I am often embarrassed by my commercial writing, it feeds me but I will always be a creative writer at heart, and there is a feeling of having sold-out.
But the truth is, a least initially, writing online will involve compromises, monetization is often highly functional and stark, leaving little space for genuine creativity. Some claim that well written sales pitches are creative, but they are usually a distortion (and some will even use basic NLP techniques such as calls to action).
Someday I hope I have the means to return to honest, opinionated and open writing -- the way it all started.
Bomb, I think everyone's like that.. I could go back 1000 times to every article I've ever wrote and edit it more. Still, we have to call it finished at some point. And yes, I've been embarrassed many, many times by what I've wrote. It happens..
No you are not alone, the stuff that I had written when I was a teen may be embarrassing to read now, but a teen friend of mine told me it was awesome.. so what do you know.. I think we need to be less critical of ourselves but more interested to learn, improve and get better.
A few months ago I joined a new writers group. Interestingly, some of the members are very knowledgeable about what it takes to write a story but have difficulty in following through with their own writing (or, so...