MY RULES OF LIST
Inspired by @shanaz
- •I always read my entire feed; I just keep going until I get to the point where I stopped the last time.The redesign a few weeks ago helps with that. If I'm in a hurry I don't read nearly as many relists. It's easier to scroll past them if I don't have much time.
- •It doesn't take a lot for me to ❤️ a list, but a relist means I loved it and sharing it on @LizDawson 's weekly "Lists We Loved This Week" list means I love, loved it.I really love Liz's Lists We Loved This Week weekly lists too, and I wait patiently for them to come out every week so I can add to them.
- •I only 💾 when it's something I will refer to later. I don't 💾 often. I occasionally go through and clean out my 💾'd lists.
- •If I request a list and you write it, I will always relist. I expect the same from others, though I realize it's not a rule everyone follows.
- •I almost always relist a list inspired by me, too.
- •Once a title wave gets beyond a few people, I stop reading most of the new lists inspired by it.I'm sorry. I just can't handle so many lists with the same title/concept.
- •I have notifications on for anyone I know IRL (25+ people), plus about six additional Internet-only friends.
- •I used to check featured/trending religiously every night, but now that the featured banner is gone (I liked seeing what the theme was every day) and a selection of trending pops up in my feed, I almost never go there.
- •I used to be really obsessed with getting featured; I thought about it a lot. Now, I've really accepted that I'm not going to be featured, and I'm okay with that.Disclaimer: I have been featured once.
- •Lists that mention me specifically are my favorites (I'm super self-absorbed), but I also love book lists, Hamilton lists and Harry Potter lists.
- •Updated to add: I almost never have more than 10 drafts. I prefer to keep them at 5 or less. @jennifergster