Bluesecrets wrote:I happen to be more careful with who has knowledge of most things about me. I think caution with sharing personal information is actually a good policy, especially with the number of mentally ill people in the world and the rise of the stalker. But besides that, there is just something good about having part of you that you don't have to tell every single person in the world. Sharing with the people who matter is good.
AND more importantly, when it comes to ones career, it is actually more beneficial to keep your AFOL status someone quiet. In the day and age of employers are searching facebook and the internet to see what you are doing, keeping your professional life professional is pretty much a must. ESPECIALLY with the fact that anything posted online takes FOREVER to disappear. Which is a little fact some of the TFOL's should think about and start considering.
So no, not everyone knows. And yeah, that's why a lot of you know nothing about me...and I like and keep it that way.
Privacy is a wonderful thing and should be respected, not judged.
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