You will get some ideas from the following conversation on Twitter:
@dreamingspires: I realised that a previous problem in my blog was that I was writing for people more qualified than me - instead of health professionals just starting out.
@DrVes: One of the best approaches to educational blogging is to write for yourself as you learn or write for beginners - which is basically the same thing.
@dreamingspires: good advice - as an(ex)publisher suddenly having to write myself as opposed to hiding behind someone else doing it is... a learning process.
@DrVes: Did Twitter help?
@dreamingspires: Twitter helped in the sense of connecting me into a community, I didn't 'micro-blog' though.
@DrVes: Twitter makes you more comfortable to write in public - you don't have to "micro-blog"... :)
@dreamingspires: This IS true and my experience - it reduced my stage fright!
@DrVes: Also, you may have micro-blogged on Twitter or somewhere else without even knowing it... I set up my blog posts to publish automatically in the future -- it may help with your "stage fright".
@dreamingspires: To be honest I am unsure what micro-blogging is -- specific tweets on a topic like you do, or a mini conversation? Yes, I also now autopublish via Twitter feed, and now using Stumble too. OK - microblog is an 'opinion'/link/statement.
@DrVes: Anything you post on Twitter is micro-blog as long it's not only replies... A comment on a comment is not a blog. I think you qualify as a fully-fledged blogger and microblogger now... :)
@dreamingspires: You mean I've MADE IT?! Newbie happiness.
@DrVes: It's official: You've made it. You're a blogger now. Expect you share of nasty comments and spam... :)