I have a feeling I might become a little bit addicted to this new site called Boutine. It is kind of a mixture between Pinterest and Polyvore. Wanna check it out? Here is in invite link! I'm going to test it out for awhile to see if I really really dig it, which I think I may. I feel like this fall I need to go through all of my social media sites and kind of pair down. I think this site might be a keeper, as well of course my Pinterest, my blog, and my twitter. But over the years I've tested and dumped so many sites that I just don't have the time to play around on like tumblr or trying to maintain a facebook page. It's definitely difficult sometimes to figure out what to keep using for personal use or for business or whether to just ditch it because it's a waste of time. There are so many social media sites nowadays that I could easily spend all my time on all of them and never actual work... which is so pointless if using social media is meant to promote you and your business and you don't have time to make anything to promote! Ha!
I know that a lot of people try to add me on my personal facebook account. And I apologize to any of you who may have tried to add me but I didn't respond. I get a lot of spam fake people trying to add me everyday and I end up just ignoring my friend requests because of it. And though I do love my blogging community, I still feel weird adding most blog acquaintances on Facebook because I just feel like my personal life is much more apparent on Facebook and I'd rather keep my blog/twitter/social media world separate from my personal life. Do you know what I mean? I try to keep my more personal conversations to just facebook, and more specifically facebook messages (hi privacy!) where I only add people that I truly know in real life. So if you've tried adding me, I'm sorry! I only add good friends that I know in person. It just feels weird knowing that strangers I've never met can read my conversations with family and close friends on Facebook if I add them. We all need a little bit of privacy even if we are all a bit addicted to social media ;)