How would life be without humour? I am referring to humour which lightens us when the world is dealing its blows, the most recent being a pandemic. I am referring to its essence when people are on lockdown with their 'turned over' schedules and bored moments needing to be filled. I am referring to times when people look for an escape, instead of dealing with their personal crisis. It's at times like this humor is the answer. I then go searching on Instagram. Where do I go to on Instagram?
To begin with, I deem it appropriate to address the issue that we all are facing as a global community; the well-known pandemic COVID -19. The disease has affected over 550k people worldwide and has claimed 27k lives. Just the figures should ring the bells if you have yet not taken this seriously. Today, it is more important than ever to be cautious and take the utmost care to stay safe.
I'm a big believer in controlling my online experience. Social media is only what you make of it, right? And with the, frankly, terrifying world we live in at the moment, this feels more vital to our wellbeing every day.
I was on Tik Tok a while ago, and there was an ad that kept popping up. It didn't happen just once..but it happened every time I opened the app.
I think when we hear the word love the first thing that comes to mind is the romantic , intimate ; type of love.
Facebook has turned into somewhat of a blog for me. I share a lot of things - including posts about budgeting, being childless by choice, and my plans for continuing my education and my career. These are all things I am extremely proud of. I'm proud of the decisions my husband and I have made thus far; we stick to a budget, and with both of us working, there is plenty of money left over every month for fun things. We enjoy our childless life and celebrate the fact that right now it is just us two, and our precious black kitty, Stormy.
We used to live in a society where people belived in one another. We used to live in a society where comparing one another wasn't a thing. We used to live in a society where everyone was accepted. We used to live in a society where hapiness existed.
Dave Chappelle got it right ‘The Age of Spin’ is officially dead with social media playing a large role in it; you may not realize it now but the evidence is as clear as an X-ray and finding success on the gram and genuine streams or views across social media has become a trend we seem to focus.
My recent winter break was quiet.