and then the entries for each will be my Next Actions, etc. hmmm … 3 years ago
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FB is not doing it for me. It encourages triviality, and I’m too serious. Have things to work on before deciding on my future with FB. 3 years ago
This question has occupied me for a while, particularly since joining 43T. One’s immediate “real” life can suffer if one spends a lot of time on the Net (as many here in 43T would attest). So how can I conduct life in both realms for the benefit of both?
A cousin has encouraged me to join the blogosphere. But I think that would take too much time and energy. But an online presence would be a good creative and social outlet. I’ve thought perhaps of an online journal. But I already keep a paper journal. And to what extent do I want my privacy accessible, and by whom? And if I were to keep an online journal, what of 43T?
I’ve decided to limit my online life largely to 43T. This place will be a theme journal, dedicated to support my efforts in reaching my goals. My paper journal is for my writing practice, in the manner of Natalie Goldberg. 6 years ago