I know your thoughts. But also note that your uploads are inspiration too. I and others like seeing what you do. It's also an opportunity for others to comment (both good and bad). If you choose not to upload make sure you keep a personal log so you can look back at what works and what doesn't.
What Andy says.
For me personally both internal AND external motivation is important, which is why I sometimes might be a bit wanky about my runs, races etc. and all the social media posts around them.
Thanks guys and all good I'll still log everything but need a break to stop the habit of checking everyday then I'll upload sporadically. It's part of a long-term plan of cutting myself off from (or limiting) social media and strava/attackpoint is the last thing on the list. I want to get to the stage where I check my phone 1 or 2 times a day and computer 1 or 2 times a week. Why? Lifestyle minimalism. Dissolving ego. More self-reflection etc :)
Nothing better than a silly run with a mix of people right across the running journey spectrum to compare notes and perspectives....everyone is richer for it.
Those sprints were fun :-) Thanks for the enthusiasm.
Classic evening. Not sure how much Andy will remember.