3 months ago 🤯 for day 178, with 309 words.

What I've shared on Twitter

It's that time of the day again and I have 20 minutes left to write my post. I don't know what I want to write about though.

I think my daily posts here have affected the way I use Twitter. I used to post pretty much all of my thoughts over there, but I think the daily reflection on Write Together has removed that need. I guess it's enough to know it's out there somewhere for other people to read.

I don't feel like I have to keep anything secret on Twitter. I've shared pretty much everything; guys I've had crushes on, dumb jokes, new sex toys, dealing with death in the family, my thoughts on when I was sexually assaulted​. Nothing is off-limits. That's probably not a healthy way to live, but so far it has worked out okay.

I am a bit afraid though. I've been on Twitter for over 10 years now and with close to 30.000 tweets I have said at least a handful of very stupid or very offensive things. I'm considering changing my profile picture and taking the whole thing private when I start applying for jobs.
I could also just delete all of my tweets, but I would find that option pretty sad. I've used Twitter to document my life! If you go back to the beginning as start reading you'll see how I spent my teenage years and my first steps into adulthood. Not all of it is pretty. I still cringe over tweets I wrote just a year ago. It's a part of me though. Maybe I don't believe what I wrote anymore, but it's still a part of my journey to the person I am today.

Maybe I am just overthinking this like most of everything else. At least I won't have to tweet about this, I guess.

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By Kirstine Granzow Larsen 🤯

I recently got a Master's degree in IT Product Design and I'm currently looking for my first job! ✨

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