I don't know why people are so keen to put the details of their private life in public; they forget that invisibility is a superpower.
Driving to Tucson my son Barrett and I were rerouted to a lonely desert highway south of Roswell NM. Our old Ford Tempo kept overheating and required at least 20 minutes to cool off before it would start again. This is when I learned the real benefit of traveling with a naturalist. It could have been frightening or boring. Instead every stop was fascinating. Even the driest, flattest, most nondescript landscape is filled with wonders - if you have a trained eye.
The concept of Private Lives addresses the issue of staying alive by means of camouflage.