after being bitten by the black dog again.
I’m not the only naturist in my friendship circle plagued by SAD (seasonal affected disorder). Whatever the reason, hormonal, stress, lack of Vitamin D etc? When I crash it can take a long time to pull back.
I’m putting measures in place to try and cut down the triggers which in itself is stressful; selling, relocating and buying. Consequently my online forays are pretty limited and having been actively involved with online networking, running clubs, overseeing forums, blogging, writing the occasional article and largely enjoying the interaction, there are occasions when individuals emboldened and disinhibited behind a keyboard let rip, despite their limited understanding of social media and twitter particularly as a social media tool.
It’s as frustrating as selling a house and I’ve seen it all before, many times, but exceedingly frustrating when a colleague you hold in high esteem plays that card, especially when a quick DM could have cleared up any misunderstandings rather than choosing publicly vented and inappropriate fireworks.
I’m unusual for a my demographic, having used social media (and networked) widely since 2004 so understand the short-term and long-term benefits. I know the positives outweighs the negatives overall but it’s still upsetting.
It’s simply not worth my while engaging when people are determined to paint the canvas as they see fit. My time is squeezed as it is, so disengaging from the firing line is prudent and reducing/negating contact with the antagonist and the overseeing body.
I’d already determined to reduce my time on the various platforms I use but since the inexcusable outburst, have decided to blog on a more regular basis, initially monthly rising to weekly. This is an introduction so doesn’t count.
The blogs won’t necessarily always be nude in nature, we’re a community of varying interests and age groups. Some may be of no interest to you, others may.
Once I’ve relocated to Berkshire and set up my business in the new locality, I should be able to turn the pledge into action
Naturism as it’s generally known in Great Britain, should be an enjoyable experience. Certainly I’ve made some of my closest friends via my nude lifestyle and the more involved you get, the more people want to take a pop at you which is the same as any office environment. There’s a reason I’m self employed!
Eyes are closing on me so that’s s a clue to sign out. Until next time 👋