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These days it seems like everyone is pretty comfortable airing their laundry—clean or dirty—on their blogs. Sometimes before I post something really personal I have a moment of hesitation. It got me wondering: Where do you draw the line? How do you determine what you post/don't post?

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I think it's important to use discretion when posting about our personal lives. I'm totally into being honest and open however, there are some things that just aren't meant to be posted for the whole world to see. Just my opinion... :)
I write what I would be comfortable saying in person.

If I would be uncomfortable having that conversation, then I probably wouldn't write about it.

Andrea
The Creative Junkie
http://www.thecreativejunkie.com
I try to stay positive. I know that my family reads what I write so I'm careful.

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