You have freedom to use this topic as you see fit to record your learning and experiences. Many people record goals and progress here.
If not using a platform like YouTube you can also upload videos to online drives, like Google Drive or DropBox, and share links to the files. You just have to take care to set access permissions up so that people with a link can view.
'Cept of course if it’s artistically necessary in a song
Nice burst of sun on that guitar.
What are you playing/practicing at the moment.
There is no right or wrong on these logs. Most people don’t have one but they can be useful as a reminder of where we were some time ago and many folk are just interested following others’ experiences
The other thing to know is that the first post in your LL is indefinitely editable, unlike subsequent posts. So you could use your first post to, for example, link to any songs you post on the site. This is useful as you’ll end up with a record of your guitar learning progress.
As to LL content, I post my progress, sometimes a couple times a week, or not for a week or longer, depends on whether I feel I need to say something like, OOO I can play the F chord! Or gosh darn, (I think that swear word phrase is ok?) I simply can’t get the chord changes between F and Am fast enough, etc. I also will post my lesson plan for that particular module if, for instance, I changed it significantly from what Justin suggests in his video lessons.
Most recently I posted a video, via You Tube of my atrocious attempt at a song at 50% speed of House of the rising Sun, so that 3, 5, 6 months from now I can look back at it and see whether I have finally gotten any better at it. At some point I will post another video to compare.
I suggest reading a few learning logs written by other community members, many are similar, many are vastly different. Here’s a link to mine, no need to read the whole thing, they do get long after a few months. By the way, the title of yours is much more interesting than mine!
Nice start there Robert, the LL’s are useful to help you keep a tab of where you’ve come from, we all too easily dismiss our progress and whilst it’s great for the Community to see what you’re up to, they are really for you more than anyone else.
Having said that I’ve not updated mine in a good number of months now which is not a great example, it’s been on my “to-do” for a while!