My writing style isn't earth shattering - when I'm inspired, I write. When I have a prompt to write about I sit with it for a while until I find an angle of it that I'd like to write about and see what comes of it. With things like that, there's a lot of getting half of a post done and deciding to go in a completely different direction. To me, that's one of the happy accidents of blogging. When I need support because something's going on and I just have to write about it to help me collect my own thoughts, I write. Frantically. When I have something happy to share, I write with a big goofy grin on my face. Sometimes I'm doing something totally unrelated and get an idea for a post - sometimes I stop what I'm doing and write immediately, sometimes I have to write myself a note to write about it when I have time, and sometimes a few hours after the fact I find myself remembering that I had this really great idea for a blog post... and can't remember what the heck it was.
The one thing I never do is write and post immediately following. Sometimes I'll schedule the post for a few hours later just so I can sit with it, edit it, and most importantly - make sure it's something I really want to post. I know blogs are a different kind of writing. They're incredibly personal and everything you put down takes a part of you with it, but I'm still of the mindset that once it's said, you can't take it back. Especially on the internet. In some way or another, that post will always be connected to you. I mean, there's caches of everything so even if you edit it your original is still floating around out there on the internet. It's one of the most amazing and scariest things about blogging. You're writing in a medium that affords people from across the world the ability to read it as soon as you hit publish if they so choose. And that's amazing. And utterly terrifying.