5 hours ago
Between a panel, a roundtable talk and an interview with a university student, I've had a lot of different discussions this month about influencers. I don't consider myself to be one, but I def am in a position where I share a lot about me with a very large audience. One thing that keeps coming up is how much to share and where to draw the line when it comes to privacy and it's a very personal choice for everyone.
I've always been an open book about my feelings, opinions and my creative endeavors. I post about what I love and what I do, and even how I do it. And I've basically been doing it since I got access to the internet, but I do have boundaries. I don't post details about my personal life or those close to me. But as my audience grows, it's becoming more anonymous and I don't know who sees what.
So I just wanted to explain why I post my monthly spreads so late nowadays. Some journalers blur out their writing for privacy, and I never felt I had to, but some of y'all are crossing the line by actually reading where I am and what I have planned, and that's creepy, soooooo you get a retrospective now instead of being able to see where I am going to be. I watched YOU on Netflix, and I don't need that in my life. OKAY THANKS BYE. #BOUNDARIES2019 #viabulletjournal