Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Writing off Facebook
Yeh, me either.
But seriously, folks, there's a stunningly simple way to avoid those online blunders. Pick up a pen and put it to paper. Good old-fashioned journals are cheap and far more private.
Here's something else to think about: you might have to learn to live without Facebook as your emotional outlet in 2013. At least one industry pundit says it's toast.
Look, you can do whatever you want - but journals are cheap and I could use some practice in the handwriting department.
More reasons to revive old-fashioned journals in 2013
Ever been tempted to lie on Facebook?
When you twist the truth in your journal, we call it "creative writing."
Embarrassing misspellings won't be shared with the world.
If you want to share, you can. This falls under the purview of the 24-hour rule, one of my favorite aunt's best pieces of advice. As in, if you still want to post it on your Facebook wall 24 hours after you've written it in your journal, you can.
Feel like you just have to share? Then by all means, do. Please, start with a link to this blog ;D
Peter Walsh you.organized College-Ruled Leather Journal, Gray w/Gray (Google Affiliate Ad)
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