Lately, I’ve been trying to restore a normalcy almost forgotten – life before smartphone-ageddon. Contrary to popular belief, there was a time before social media. (sarcasm intended) This, of course, excludes those born in the Generation Z era (mid-1990’s and early 2000’s) who would think we were crazy since they were practically born with a … More Restoring a Normalcy Almost Forgotten
Today, I woke up to the unfortunate news of yet another tragedy – this time in Las Vegas. A gunman opened fire on a large outdoor crowd killings dozens and wounding several others. The senseless violence is simply inexplainable – I am always at a loss for words as to why these things happen. However, … More Kindness Has No Boundaries
What does it say about a friend who does not interact with you at all on social media? They don’t like your photos, they don’t comment on anything yet you can see them actively engaging with others. In the digital world we now live in, we now have a new way to get inside the … More Social Media Has Given a Whole New Meaning To Perception – And Not Necessarily in a Good Way
We’ve all heard it by now: Social media is a part of our lives, whether we want to accept it or not. But there’s good news: We still have the ability to maintain control of our lives in the midst of this inevitable reality. No really. There is a plethora of literature online that tells … More Self-Resistance Isn’t Enough? Take a Real Break and Deactivate.
In a world where living digitally in becoming the new normal, social media has become an integral part in our lives when it comes to our ability to network, stay connected and remain informed. It plays a huge role in how we represent ourselves in society and your portrayal online matters more than ever. Having … More The Darker Side of Social Media