So, I have these two identities: my blogging persona and my real life identity. For the most part, I like this separation. Since my blog is public, I like to keep hugely identifying aspects of my personal life hidden. This goes for sites associated with my blog in someway or another: Flickr, Goodreads, etc.
My real life is pretty self explanatory. There have been times when I have introduced my real-life friends to my blog. I like these people, and I think they would find what I write about interesting.
The problem comes with regards to Facebook. I would say that I wouldn't mind if 90% of my friends on Facebook knew about my blog. This makes me want to have my blog listed as part of my profile. Also, I would like to include on my Facebook profile sites like Flickr. People could then just check my Flickr site, and I don't have to upload pictures in both places. (Which I don't really do because I am lazy.)
But there is that 10%. They are friends, but not exactly kindred spirits as Anne would say. I am pretty sure I don't want them privy to my thoughts as written here on this blog.
So what I am asking, in a very poor way, is for advice. For those of you who blog, what is your philosophy? Do you keep things discrete and separate? Do you have everything linked to everything else? What would you do in this situation?