I've been posting a lot less frequently. Part of that is being back at work and the tiredness it brings but what doesn't follow is that I have largely stopped publishing shorter posts, likes and quick replies when it would make more sense not to post longer, more thoughtful pieces that require more energy to write.
At least that's how it feels.
It's good in a way because it means that I've not been so beguiled by microblogging that I'm no longer able to write something more in depth but I miss the balance and variety.
I just don't know why my posting behaviour has changed in this way. Part of me wonders if it's some form of imposter syndrome where I feel I have no right to impose my "likes" on the world, yet I am perfectly willing to impose my thoughts. It makes no sense, it should surely be the other way around.
I have such streamlined workflows (small w) that it is so easy for me to do yet something inside resists, says don't.
I need to stop listening.