Well, I didn't even make it a whole year. Hell, I barely made it six months and I'm already deleting Facebook again. Since I made such a big spectacle of coming back, I'll take some time to explain why I'm leaving just in case you actually care. Long story short, I didn't feel connected to any of my friends and it was depressimg as hell.
Now that you've got an account on social.putz.space and know how to use Mastodon, the only thing left is finding people. More than just following people though, the Fediverse offers a cool space to meet people you wouldn't meet elsewhere. Let's learn how to make friends and follow people!
I decided to create a quick start guide for people to reference that's visually focused. I didn't find any guides that I particularly liked for onboarding a complete beginner, so I made my own. Feel free to share this as you please!
I finally decided to set up a mastodon server to host social media for me and my friends! This is an invitation to folks to join. I've sent it to people directly as a way to ask if they're interested, but if you happen to stumble across this on accident feel free to read it over. Register if it makes you interested!
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Recently my partner and I celebrated our two year anniversary. I thought it would be a good time to reflect on my experiences not only dating, but now also maintaining a relationship. It may not be my first, but it's been a pretty awesome journey. I hope this will be useful to those interested in talking about and learning more on both, but mostly I just know younger me would have appreciated these notes lol. Long but good, enjoy!
I decided to do an open reflection for my 25th birthday. It's definitely weird being an adult, but I'm hoping to get back into music and find time for exciting new stuff. Mostly I just wanted to let people who haven't heard from me in a while know how things are going. Hope you're doing well!
A friend on my feed recently shared a story about a day in the life of a Facebook moderator, which unsurprisingly isn't a great time. After reading it they were asking themself if they could genuinely leave Facebook. That inspired me to ask the question on my feed "What keeps you on Facebook?", hoping that I could write about my experience leaving and what I did to replace the things that kept me there. Enjoy!
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