I know it’s still winter, even if the DC area has received a collective total of 2 inches of snow since December 1, but i figure it’s safe to do a little spring cleaning – online at least. Mostly this means clearing out the clutter of my Google Reader. I’ve been absolutely horrible about keeping up with sites and feeds that I find genuinely intresting and I think that has made me less interesting as a result.
If I don’t have anything meaningful to share from my perspective, I figure I could at least be better about sharing meaningful moments from someone else’s perspective.
This means I’ve cut down on all kinds of blogs that used to collect dust and increase their unread count. I’m not sure if any of you will even notice this, but I’m hoping this is just the beginning before I work my way back up to being a better member of the diabetes community. Hopefully this will mean more genuine retweets and link sharing. Hopefully this will lead to more inspired writing on this blog. Hopefully I’ll get past all of this hoping and get to doing.
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Yeah, but I always freak out about the “what if they post something epic?” possibility. I mean, what does it cost us to keep them in our reader?