Short website pages are tricky tricky tricky to write.
I recently rewrote the "about" pages on both my sites (this one is up, but the other one is waiting in the wings), and this week I rewrote the page on music for the church where I work. None of these pages was long, but they all took more mental effort and time to write than I anticipated.
Prioritizing the word's connotations and knowing I needed to "hook" readers right away were the difficulties. Neither of these are top priorities for the genres I usually write in.
Then again, maybe my difficulties were due to a lack of sleep!
Reading This Week
Key takeaways from Gretchen Rubin's post on non-fiction book publishing: get an agent, and think of your book in comparison with others (i.e. "People who read X would enjoy my book," and "My book would sit on the shelf next to Y"). My current book project is nowhere near ready for an agent or even a book proposal, but I sure know where it fits on the book shelf!