I found a long time ago that recording your cooks,whether they are good or bad, will help in becoming more aware of what to do when cooking. Practice is a great part of cooking , but just throwing things in to cover a mistake is not cooking.
Your record book need not have everything you do on a cook, but it should have the ingredients and methods used to produce you meal(Smoke/Grill).
This can have weather,temperature(ambient) and cooker,wind or calm and anything else that would interfere with your cook.
Once noted , the next smoke/grill will be more enjoyable.
And when you have a good recipe,you can then share it if you wish.
Just a thought...