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Hey everyone! First of all – THANK YOU for all of your amazing comments from yesterday! I don’t think I’ll be able to get through all of them and respond but I read each one and some of you were so supportive and shared how you could relate, which I really appreciated. Yesterday’s post also got me thinking about how much I share, and where the line should be drawn on what I should or should not put out in a public space.

I’ve gotten a few questions and requests for blog posts over the past couple months about intuitive eating, binge eating, etc. and how I’m doing with the issue. Since I shared a lot of my story last year, I expect these kinds of questions – many of you are curious or going through the same thing, and I understand why people would want updates.

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But, I’ll be honest – I don’t love talking about these things on my blog anymore, which is why those types of posts (such as yesterday’s) are a little more rare. I think as I’ve gotten older I’ve gotten a lot more private about my life, not wanting to share everything on the internet. I also feel a little lost myself at the moment and am not entirely sure what to say or share with you all.

On the other hand, I started this blog so that I could be real and be someone that women reading could relate to. I wanted to put myself out there to start conversations, to make people feel like they weren’t alone and to connect with my readers. Avoiding personal topics makes this a lot more difficult at times. It’s a hard balance for me – deciding what and what not to share in these space and essentially for the world to see.

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Weirdly, it’s not the sharing with people I don’t know that bothers me, that’s easy. It’s knowing that my family, friends, old classmates and colleagues read this blog that makes me more hesitant to share. It’s weird to see someone in person knowing that they know way more about me than I would have normally shared with them, or that I know about them.



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So if you have any specific questions or curiosities always feel free to email me at peaceloveandoats@gmail.com. As for the blog, I’m not really sure what will happen with what I choose to share, but like everything else, I’ll take it day by day.

 

If you’re a blogger – do you have a hard time drawing a line or finding a balance?

If you’re a reader, how do you feel about the topic?



 

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