Private Eyes and Posted Lives

Things that will go with me in the grave include all of my personal diaries, journals, private notes, etc. However, on social media (i.e. blog, facebook, twitter, etc), I leave things related to people outside of me and how my own interactions with those came about. I strongly recommend people using social media since it is virtual representation of our physical existence which is as open and real as our social media accounts should be. Unhealthy interactions or misrepresenting ourselves on virtual platforms can easily affect people’s mental and physical well-being. Striking right balance is the key to utilizing social media benefits to the max.

Show Me Simplicity

Yesterday, albeit a bit chilly, was glorious. I worked outside most of the day, prepping for winter, if winter ever comes. (I’m secretly channeling my inner Jon Snow: “Winter is coming”). I used my new self-propelled electric mower to give the yard one last pass for 2021 and raked leaves. I even built an illegal fire in my backyard to burn off some pieces of wood that had been piling up, proving once again that you can take the girl out of Webster county, but you can’t take Webster county out of the girl. But, hey, S’mores. Amiright?

All that activity, coupled with waking up at 6 a.m. on a Saturday, made me super tired, and I was sound asleep by 9:30 p.m. That’s the upside of hard labor. Unfortunately, it also meant I was wide awake at 2 a.m. on this fine Sunday morning, so I thought I…

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