Struggling to find an identity is very common place when it comes to mothers. It can get even more complicated when it comes to Social Media Moms. For me, the problem has been the number of identities I think I can take on in social media. Not only have I started as a freelance writer, but I’ve gone to working with businesses, to writing ebooks, to just joining blogging communities online.
You have to sit there and really figure out who you are and where you fall into place.
The other day I was looking at my Twitter profile page, something I have not done in months, and I thought my description looked a little bit all over the place. I sat here at my desk and for the next hour, typed, backspaced, and typed again. I couldn’t figure out how I wanted to describe myself to other people on the World Wide Web.
* If you look now at my Twitter account you’ll see that I couldn’t figure out what to change it to, so the same it remains!
To some people I am the local Mommy Blogger, to other’s, I am their Social Media Mentor, while to most people who only occasionally visit my social networks, I’m the woman who write funny articles for their favorite blogs.
Do you struggle with an identity crisis when it comes to the Internet? What are some of your tips to working around it?