I’ve been living outside of London, in a nook of the Hampshire countryside, for the past six years. Like so …
Blogging about personal topics can really help to bond bloggers with their readership. After all, vulnerability is one of the best ways to foster trust. And who doesn’t love to learn a little more about the people behind a blog or social channel? I know I do!
Despite blogging for 8+ years, I still find it fascinating to learn more about people!
Especially when I feel like I ‘know them’ – at least a little already – through their online channels. Give me a home tour, personal essay or *insert personal topic of choice* any day.
But on the flip side, there’s a question of where, as a blogger, you draw the line on what’s comfortable for you to share. Where is your privacy boundary?
Through my own curiosities and experience, I thought it’d be fun to open up about how I choose what to share online, and some of the boundaries I have in place.
I used to absolutely DREAD my emails.
My inbox was a demon-like figure with a head which would grow back the moment I chopped it off! Sound familiar? Since then, ‘how to manage email overload’ is a topic I’ve become VERY friendly with.
After implementing a few new tactics myself, I feel like I might *just* have defeated my inbox demons.
Here’s how I’ve been tackling my inbox of late, so that most days I am fully on top of it.
Sometimes even (whisper it!) at inbox zero!