When I began writing here I was unemployed and by my own admission, rarely left the house.
Near the end of the year, when I was truly alone, who I was in the moment really poured out. This space was the Lion’s share of my ability to contact people, to express myself in a place I knew people would see.
I’m learning, as time goes on, that the more I’m forced out of that bubble and thrust into public scrutiny, the transparency I value so much in this expression of self becomes more difficult to achieve.
I believe transparency to be the true foundation of accountability.
To be accountable to myself, I must overcome the seemingly ingrained adversity towards sharing myself freely.