My two cents on Facebook.
You decide everyday if and what you want to share on Facebook. If you decide to share your relationship status, your birthdate, and your most embarrassing photos, every time that you leave town, and your real-time location. It is always up to you. Remember, whatever you put on the internet stays on the internet. At some point, it will most likely be misconstrued, misread, misinterpreted. It’s okay, it’s not the end of the world. Each day you decide what and how you want to share whatever it is you want to share, if you want to lead or if you want to lurk, or somewhere in between.
You decide who you want to friend, who you want to follow and pay attention to and who you don’t.
Somethings don’t change:
From the moment a salesman showed up at my office when I checked into my office in 2009, I decided I wouldn’t ever check into any place again until I left unless I was either meeting others or I knew I was completely safe.
It’s okay to change:
Just because you always post a morning thought for two years doesn’t mean you can’t take a break and start again some other time.
We all evolve. We all grow and change and have different priorities through life.
You decide what you want out of Facebook.
Your data is being mined by the credit card companies – they tell everyone when you are having a baby or when you buy a house. Your Google Mini or Alexa…it is listening all day every day. I just drove a brand new car and I can think about a million ways it is tracking you, your driving, the weather, the traffic and everyone around you.
Get over it.
Think for yourself.
You are in control.