I’m not one for New Year’s resolutions. I’ve made many and failed miserably. I do, however, believe in change and whether that happens in the new year ahead or periodically within the year, I believe change is good as well as difficult at times.
For me, change is about letting go of something that isn’t working and putting more of my energy into something that may work, if I put in more time and energy (how about that for an epiphany).
I have a tendency to have too many sticks in the fire and then I simply dabble around and don’t feel like I ever really accomplish anything worthwhile. Like the song from Tommy goes…. fiddle about, fiddle about…. sometimes I just feel like I’m simply fiddling about.
So, I am letting go of Facebook, finally. No, I really mean it this time. Honest. I even sabotaged myself so I can’t simply “reactivate” my account like I did last time I decided to quit Facebook.
I deleted all my profile information (at least the parts Facebook would “let” me delete); I deleted all my pictures; I unfriended all of my friends (sorry); and deactivated my account for which I hope is for good.
So, for all my Facebook friends who follow my blog, I’m still here, I’m still around and hopefully I’ll find you here, where it feels like we can get to know each other a little better.
I watched a documentary on Facebook last night presented by CNBC. I had also watch a program earlier last year on 20 Minutes where they interviewed the “founder” of Facebook.
So to keep my comments rather subjective here on the blog, I simply decided that I wasn’t comfortable participating in that venue any longer.
And, my resolve is to spend more time on the blog and doing other things I love.
So, with that, I’m closing this post, because I have another one to follow.
Thanks! Vicki and the Bears