That's because I write from different contexts.
Imagine playing a computer game and describing it to someone. You can talk about the game world and the characters. Or you can talk about the hardware and the programming that allow the game to run. You can talk about the team that developed it and how it was designed. You can even talk about the sales figures for the game or how many subscribers it has. These are different POVs, but they're not really in conflict unless you assume they're all supposed to be stuck in the same context.
Your context isn't your identity -- there's no need to remain stuck in just one.