#MicroblogMondays: What NABLOPOMO has Taught Me

There are 8 days left in NABLOPOMO, and I'm struggling. I used to feel so free on my blog, to rant, complain, spill it all, but things have changed as they do. So, while there's things I could write about, I find myself wondering if I should write about them. My blog is becoming less and less anonymous as I make connections with other bloggers IRL. I worry about family discovering it, and that could be major. I worry about other friends discovering it, who haven't been given the proper disclaimer about how I treat blogging, and that could be major.

I know, I'm not supposed to put things on the interwebs that I wouldn't talk about out loud to someone's face, yet I have. It used to feel so cozy wrapped in a blanket of anonymity, reasonably certain that no one could figure out who I am.

It doesn't feel cozy anymore.

NaBloPoMo November 2015