After reading about blogs and whatnot, we shared our favorite blogs so I talked about DanaSquare. Ya'll know I love this girl because of how much I talk about her, so follow her if you haven't already. She sat next to me while I was praising her in this post and turned red, so that was pretty fun.
Anyway, the second part was to share your blog or create a blog from scratch. I took the lazy route and shared this blog with my nineteen classmates because I have a crazy week ahead of me and didn't have the brain capacity to be creative and think of something new. But the second I hit submit on my assignment that anyone in this class can review, I had a moment of panic.
I HAD JUST SHARED MY BLOG WITH PEOPLE WHO ATTEND MY SCHOOL! ON PURPOSE! WHAT THE HELL DID I JUST DO?!?! I'd be lying if I said I didn't immediately text my friend in that class in all caps saying I FEEL LIKE SUCH A NERD. AM I A NERD?!
Granted, my blog is linked to my Twitter and I share my Twitter with people who I trust, so they find my blog by default, but otherwise I have had no blog-world/real-life crossover aside from Dana, a blogger who I met online that eventually became a great friend because she attends the same college as me and we have the same major program.
I'm not ashamed of my blog, but I just tend to tamp down my bookish feels outside of my internship because I created this blog to combat my lack of bookish people in real life. I've always had willing crossover of dear friends who accept my bookishness (aka craziness) with open arms and welcoming smirks, but I feel like this situation is a little different. Totally weird, but I did it to myself, and I am curious--and anxiously scared?--to see their response. I feel like I've just exposed a really important part of myself to people I barely know, but then again, I have well over 5,000 followers across all platforms that are already exposed to my crazy. I've gotta get over this eventually, but school people are vastly different than the average random follower to me.
So, I'm curious. Who do you share your blog with? Does your "real life" crossover
into the blogosphere or are you a strict separation type of person? Share your feels below!