Like to write, hate to edit? I'm with you on that. Many writers I know are the same way. However, there's no way around it. Editing is truly what shapes a piece, turning a pile of clay into a statue worth displaying.
That doesn't mean you'll have to slave through the task, though.
It is not necessary what kind of content you need to write on. What matters is that you know how to write effectively despite the hardships you came through while writing the first draft. Although you think that you are proficient with the English grammar and you are sure how spell and format your content, still you need to read your work back and review your content to achieve such a better piece.
Even if editing is such a difficult and a time consuming task, you still need to edit your written piece by proofreading your work and revise some parts. You never knew how advantageous the process of editing to your content.
In this process, you can correct any mistakes that you had committed on first place and might as well revise your piece if you think the sentence that you are using is not appropriate with the idea you had in mind.
Editing helps you to create a clearer content where your readers can understand the topic well even upon their reading the first part. Sometimes, when you are in the mood to write your topic and words just keep on flowing out of your head, you will never notice that there are parts in your content that are unnecessary to the ideas that you are going to convey.
Sometimes, there are words that are pointless and that the ideas are not directly stated. Editing helps you to revise your work making your content concise and meaningful. This improves your skills as a writer and for you to be able to produce such an effective content.
Here's what you need to keep in mind while editing your content:
Use an editing guide. Over the years, many writers have devised editing techniques that organize and streamline the process. Find one that you like and use it in editing your own work. You'll be amazed at the speed gains that having a proven system can get you.
Writing and editing software. There's almost always a software for everything now and that includes the work of editing your drafts. Sure, it's not exactly a "push one button" affair. However, using a proofreading tool can significantly cut down on the actual work you need to put in. Since you only have to buy software once, it's a tremendous value.
Editing services. There are people out there who edit drafts professionally. Often used extensively by college applicants (for admission essays), professional writers (for large manuscripts) and graduate students (for their thesis documents), you can turn to those individuals when you'd rather write more than edit existing work. Of course, the extra help is going to inflate your overhead, so make sure you take that into consideration.