Websites I Love to Lurk
I’ll admit it. I have become more of a recluse in my actual life as well as my online life. I do not feel as vested or interested in commenting on people’s posts like I used to. Oftentimes, I provide a differing viewpoint because I am an educator and I don’t agree with the prevalent parenting methods nor the self-helpless victimization cycle. (For example, I know someone who only posts about their problems and asks what they should do but NEVER follows it. Kid bullied at school, ask for advice, tons of people give it, I give the right way to talk to principal and how to handle, does none of those things.) I am also not a supporter of many people’s personal political fronts and would offend many. So rather than sharing my opinions or even commenting on things I have in common with another person, I choose to simply like their photos or posts and just check in daily otherwise.
Do I really have to explain this one? I mean, books!
This one isn’t a shocker, either. I’m sure a lot of my browser history is from Goodreads.
That’s pretty much it, unless my gradebook counts!