Growing up my father's tool pegboard always fascinated me. It was so ordered with each tool in its place. If you got a new tool an old one had to come down. There was constraint and sacrifice. What was left on the board mattered and had purpose.
You only have so many “holes”. You can have one giant post or lots of smaller ones. Some things might stay up indefinitely while others last just a short while. The choice is yours. It’s different from other online approaches where infinity, endless feeds, and follower counts are the norm.
As for me: I'm 43, live in New York City, have an amazing wife and two wonderful daughters. One a lovable, lumpy, 11-year-old chocolate lab named Reese and the other an awesome 1-year-old named Emma (aka The Bean). Other things I love are the Philadelphia Phillies, Trains, and Chocolate Chip Cookies.