This blog will be employed primarily as a training tool. The main feature will be a weekly update including a fully annotated game, drawn from either my training or tournament games. One of the consistent themes emphasized by chess trainers is that players' own games are the best fodder for improvement. Once analyzed, they provide personal insight into chess strengths, weaknesses and mindset, as well as universal chess truths.
As a Class B player who has the objective of eventually reaching Master strength, this weekly process of playing and analyzing games will help give my training program focus and structure, without being too onerous. The fact that this blog is public also provides some additional psychological motivation for maintaining a consistent pace with my training and scheduled updates. That said, I don't intend to worry about strictly enforcing self-imposed deadlines or the like, a practice which tends to add unwanted pressure to what should be a labor of love.
Another reason that this blog is public is because it might provide some utility (or at the very least some brief entertainment and amusement) for other players. It is in fact partially inspired by other chess blogs (such as Robert Pearson's) that provide annotated/narrated games written from the point of view of the author, but also with a sense of objectivity. No guarantee is provided, however, that any commentary made here will in fact be useful to you.