Today’s letter comes to you from the city of LA. Here I am, sitting at a corner table of a diner on PCH (Pacific Coast Highway, for those unfamiliar with the abbreviation), thinking about the personal goals I’m setting for myself. The journey is long, and the plans are plenty, but the main point is that I don’t get stuck with trivialities or insignificant details that could jeopardize my progress.
Now, what exactly am I talking about? I’m talking about friends who used to connect with me on social media and suddenly vanished into thin air. Since I announced that I would be more active on social media and started to post more often (by that, I mean three or four times a week), people who once connected with me are now, well, disconnecting. Curious, I thought, “Have I posted something offensive?”
The answer is no. I haven’t said or written anything objectionable or improper. The only thing I’ve said is that I will share more. It’s not like I overshare or post more than once a day. If that were the case, well, I would unfollow myself in a heartbeat.
But it’s all good. Everything happens for a reason, and I am thankful for those of you who want to stick around and support my journey. We’re on the same boat, each trying to accomplish something. I wish all of you the best on your journey and look forward to seeing what you come up with next.
Until next time.