So I signed up for Twitter in 2009. Yes, three years ago but I actually started using it last year. The more I use it the more I actually like it. At first I just could not get into it. I couldn’t figure out what all the fuss was about. Now I understand that it is just a part of the new age vomit of the mouth syndrome. For some reason this generation feels like they have to say everything that comes up in their heads. A wise woman once told me that, “everything that comes up, should not come out.” I live by that moto.
It is unfortunate that in today’s society people feel that they have to be vocal about their every thought. I call it the reality TV age. People are putting what use to be deemed as private out in the public. They are saying and doing whatever they feel, generally making fools of themselves just for 15 minutes of fame. It is kinda sad. Another way of selling your soul I guess. Now don’t get me wrong. I am very much ‘open’ myself. However I choose more artistic ways of telling on myself, LOL. Who is to say that what I do is not just as bad. I’m not judging just vomiting how I feel. I guess the point I am trying to make is maybe we as a generation should be more cautious of what comes out of our mouth (myself included).
The flip side of this is social networking is a great business tool. That’s how they sucked me in. I try to keep my personal life off of Facebook and Twitter. Although I will admit every now and then I am posting thoughts that have nothing to do with my business ventures. I just have to get a thing or two off my chest. Oh well, I guess I need to remember my Aunt’s advice a little more. But in the meantime anyone out there interested in my random thoughts and business ventures, you can check me out online.
The Things Inside Me
I promise I will try to keep it PG13 LOL