This approach has brought you "blisters, sore fingers, a broken knuckle..."I've been playing for 9 years but I don't practice technique much. I've always just wanted to PLAY, and that generally works for me.
If that's "generally work(ing) for you" then carry on with your method. If not, seek another.
Having good technique is quite simple. There is, however, a long and sometimes difficult road to obtain it. A couple of "links" aren't what you need. Get professional help.I'm game for some simple techniques I can be mindful of if you have any specific links.
So, you're not opposed to doing the necessary work to improve your technique as long as you don't really have to put much time or effort into it.I'm not opposed to "practice" practice as long as it's something I can work into my increasingly rare opportunities to play at home outside of band practice.
Enjoy your blisters, sore fingers and broken knuckles.