I want a blog chock full of vulnerability and to raise the post number with content that feels genuine and as open as a book can be; and I also want to get a job. Are the two opposing?
Playing with a lengthy, girthty piece of meat and getting just the right flavor out of it is fun as hell.
Posted first Twitter thread. Subject: water conservation. Three mistakes. Three lessons: (1) Draft the threads to chart chronology. (2) Chart chronology correctly in draft to avoid a random, unnecessary digit in tweet, and (3) Chart chronology. Like, at all.
There’s something about expressing to people who don’t know you the best (or maybe at all) that you feel like a failure. It’s a certain, scary brand of vulnerability. You want to put your best foot forward, but sometimes that would mean inactivity because you feel you have exactly zero good feet.
“You should camp alone for the first time somewhere close to home, so if you get scared, you can come back,” my mom urged me. So, I headed 300 miles away to Las Vegas.