juggling

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lately, I have been juggling loads of things in my life- work, photography, hooping, yoga, my cat, my relationship. it's quite a bit and i'm trying to come up with a good schedule to balance things, but this isn't necessarily about balancing everything. No, this is about balancing my social media presence with who I am. I am a multi-faceted person. I have a lot going on, a lot of interests. I barely touch on all of them on every platform. My juggling discussion more so revolves around my instagram. I've thought about how within the last three months, I have lost and gained followers. Some are consistent (you know who you are), yet others came initially for the photography, didn't expect the yoga and hooping, yet that's who I have become. I have become an active person. I document these for the purpose of recognizing my progress. not everyone likes the yoga aspect, not everyone likes the photography aspect, but I have decided to keep my space, well, my space. As many have proven, unfollowing is very easy to do. I'm not encouraging or daring people to unfollow me; I am, however, making it a a point to declare these little spaces mine. You don't go into someone's house and tell them,"Ugh, that end table is awful. What the fuck were you thinking?" It's kind of the same, especially since I'm showing a vulnerable side in my fitness. I've just become more active. I still eat the same because I've always believed everything in moderation. I just hope that people can appreciate the blend of my passions.


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