Reblogged – Your Digital Diet in 2017: On Blogging, Reading, and Social Media

This latest post, reblogged from Discover, is great reading. Congratulations to all, but especially to Paul at The Captain’s Speech for being a part of this feature.

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Writers, photographers, artists, and site owners recently shared their goals for the year: some challenged themselves to write more. To write honestly. And also, to allow themselves to fail. Others hoped to find a clearer focus for their blog or to deepen connections.

The start of a new year is also a time to step back and reevaluate our online routines: to trim the fat from a bloated media diet or to focus more on the people and things that matter to you. So, we asked a handful of writers: what’s your digital diet in 2017?


Rebecca Gelding, Music on the Mind

meLast year when I wanted to get physically healthier, I tracked the number of calories I was eating (using MyFitnessPal). It’s amazing how much less I ate when eating became intentional rather than a habit.

The same is true for cutting down on social media.

Snacking constantly throughout the day on…

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About Barb Knowles

The things that are important to me are family, friends, teaching, writing, languages and using my sense of humor to navigate this crazy world. Please join me on this blogging adventure...
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2 Responses to Reblogged – Your Digital Diet in 2017: On Blogging, Reading, and Social Media

  1. pagesvoice says:

    I have committed to kicking off the new year with more photos and more concentration and discipline surrounding my writings. I have stepped back from all the political commentary on social media sites. It is filled with too much negative energy for me to handle.

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