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Known for what?

This week I'm tracking my days hour by hour. The goal is to see where the fuck I'm spending all my time. Between work and commuting, I should still have a decent amount of time to do other things. I know a lot of it is spent on social media and not even social media for anything useful. So by doing this, I'm partly hoping I'll be too self conscious to waste time. I'm also doing this to force myself to write more, read more, learn more, etc. To add to this, I thought might as well aim for a daily blog. 

Then today, just as I was writing up my to do list to also start a Deviant Art account, I came across this little teabag message. Starting to grow anything online starts with just one little like, then hopefully grows from there. But I still don't know what I want to be known for. I've thought of those nerdy science comics and trying to do something like that because I love doodling. I've also thought of something like Instagram because I love taking pictures. Then I've also thought of just waiting till I actually published something and be known for being a serious novelist. Let's be real, that'll take forever. I've also drafted up 1 print that I could sell on etsy, that didn't go anywhere. And now I'm going from blog, to fanfiction, to short stories, to deviant art?

Do people ever get known for doing a billion little things? Jack of all Internet moderate fame?