A funny thing happened on the way to becoming a journeyman: I lost interest in talking about how to be one. These days, my 'notes on acting' seem to be more about plays, characters, themes, professional issues (e.g., union), and personal interests tangential to acting far more often than they are about 'process.'
Likewise, I find I'm not interested in either reading or writing about writing. I've taken to skimming quickly the blog entries by my writer friends about writing itself even as I linger over their personal posts.
My sister said to me recently, "you seem to be trusting your talent more," after I'd updated her on my theater work. That says it best.