There is one page on my blog that has literally driven me nuts because I could not get it right.
No matter how many times I did it, it still gave me nightmares. I don’t even remember what I was putting on there in the initial days.
What another great post about "About Pages" to help us crack this tough nut. This article is specifically slanted to bloggers who either remain anonymous or go on and on about their accomplishments. Both ends of this extreme are not good.
Most "About Pages" are deficient -- either boring, too thin (not enough meaty material), or drone on and on.
Every single one of my clients struggles with this -- it's normal. It's hard to talk about yourself and know if you are hitting that sweet spot in sharing with people who you are.
The author here has giving us a 5 point structure to follow that will definitely help create engaging "About Pages."
The only missing piece I would add, is make sure you include lots of sensory imagery and an occasional metaphor in your bio. That will really make what you write come to life.
And then read the comments to the blog post -- they are great with more good information/ideas.