One of the best things about having a blog is sharing things about myself with other people. One of the worst things about having a blog is sharing things about myself with other people. It can create a false sense of intimacy. I choose what I post on here and there's a lot that I keep to myself, which is probably shocking to you. As a blogger, how do you navigate the boundaries between online and in real life? Should I write with the assumption that everyone in my life reads my blog? Should people in my life have to accept that knowing and interacting with me makes them fair game to be on my blog? Should I be okay knowing that my blog posts might become fodder for discussion amongst people I know? Should this impact what I write about?
I'm not sure what are the answers to these questions. I don't think I've ever yelled at someone for saying nice things to me about ISOOM even if it's made me uncomfortable enough to want to do so. I really appreciate when people tell me that ISOOM inspires them to push themselves fitness-wise. I spend 23 and a half hours a day thinking about myself. The other 30 minutes I spend thinking about bacon. It's good for me to hear about other people's goals, struggles, and successes. Please post yours in the comment section.