Blogging is important because it lets you get feedback from your peers. You might work in the SIGs or you might get feedback from anyone on the course. You can use the blogs to see how others have solved certain issues or explored certain topics. Challenge yourself by seeing what peers at your workplace think of your ideas.
Advisers can help if you let them know where you are in the process. They are trying to challenge your work in order that you develop ideas that stretch you and evidence your acquisition of knowledge from the process.
Relate where you are now with your original plan from Module 2 - have some things changed? how and why?
Updated information that can be discussed if you have not already:
what is your title?
what are your inquiry questions and topic?
have there been any ethical issues?
what have you done for your literature review
what have you done to gather data?
who have you seen or observed or surveyed - how, when, where, why?
how are you planning to analyse your data for your findings?
Writing this information down, the act of writing the text helps structure your thoughts and let's you see what you need to do. It is also a way of starting the process of drafting the critical review and give you ideas for your professional artefact.