social media

Motivation in the modern age of social media; keep your social media feed positive by following inspirational influencers.

  • Sam Carlson
    Published 4 days ago
    Heroes and Villains

    Heroes and Villains

    Princesses and fairy tales
  • Rose Summers
    Published about a month ago
    The Power of Four Letters

    The Power of Four Letters

    The most painful part of a conversation with a millennial is the number of things that get abbreviated. Why must everything have an acronym assigned to it?
  • Jessica Jane
    Published 2 months ago
    Social Media and Your Worth

    Social Media and Your Worth

    Today, social media has become an integral part of modern society. We use it for communication, or maybe for business. It helps us connect in a way we could have never connected before.
  • Fully Functioning Female
    Published 3 months ago
    I Deleted My Instagram

    I Deleted My Instagram

    Originally posted to my blog.
  • Ashley
    Published 3 months ago
    The Perfection of Perception

    The Perfection of Perception

    I’ve been conducting an experiment.
  • Ashlee :)
    Published 4 months ago
    Modern Day Detox

    Modern Day Detox

    These days everyone is a little more addicted to their phones than they'd like to admit. I know as a college student, I always have my phone on me, and there rarely passes an hour where I don't check it. Our phones and computers have become a fight for our attention, with social media, ads and constant reminders of what the rest of the world is doing. In no way am I trying to paint the Internet as this evil thing, because I think it serves many great purposes, like keeping us all connected and more informed. But everyone needs a break. Having information and entertainment constantly at our fingertips creates a need in our brain to be occupied with something at all times. This can create a shorter attention span and make it more difficult to focus. I myself find it hard to simply watch a TV show without being on my phone scrolling through some form of media. Taking a breath from the digital world that we are all so engulfed will give you new freedom. It will give you your independence back and release the Internet's hold on your attention and brain space.
  • Kaycee Wilson
    Published 7 months ago
    For the People Who Feel Like They're Missing Out
  • Tiff Ng
    Published 8 months ago
    How to Digitally Detox

    How to Digitally Detox

    If I told you that you would lose all electricity and access to the internet for 24 hours, how would you feel? If you’re anything like me, your heart skips a tiny beat. But what if I miss an important work email? What if something bad happens and I need to call for help? What if I can’t share the experience on social media?
  • Caroline Pereira
    Published 9 months ago
    I Did a Digital Detox—and It Was Nothing Like I Expected

    I Did a Digital Detox—and It Was Nothing Like I Expected

    Now, I will start off by saying this wasn’t planned at all. I forgot my phone in my friends car on my way to catch the train. I had two minutes to decide whether I go back and try to catch her (and potentially miss this train which, would make me wait 15 minutes for the next one) OR just suck it up and go the whole day phone-less. I chose the latter.
  • Katheryn Compton
    Published 9 months ago
    Social Media ... or Not So Much!?

    Social Media ... or Not So Much!?

    Oh, the lovely world of social media, we all love it and sometimes, we hate it. Now if you know anything about me, I am someone who absolutely loves social media and uses the full potential of it to display my creativity and influence. I love being able to connect with others all across the globe, marketing to new clients and learning about cultures that I had no idea existed outside of social media. It is so beautiful to know there are so many people out there that are like you. Then, there are many others that are total opposites and they bless us with their absolute uniqueness. Learning to balance between the two and have many flowing personalities can be a wonderful thing. However, what we find sometimes is that we compare ourselves to others that are behind a glass screen, just like us, with a normal life.
  • Lisbeth Mejía
    Published 9 months ago
    Bittersweet

    Bittersweet

    No one has everything figured out. Life is full of bittersweet moments for all of us even those who pretend it is glorious. Completely filled with fake nails, hair, and flawless make-up followed by “I woke up like this.” As far as to even have rented cars and vacation homes, the list goes on and on.
  • LeAnn Murch
    Published 11 months ago
    Turning off Social Media

    Turning off Social Media

    I'm just your average millennial, completely obsessed with my social media, from my Facebook to my Twitter, I'm always posting on some kind of social app. I can't go an hour without looking at my phone, which like a lot of other people, it's pretty normal. But if you know me, you know I don't do normal. So it's time for a change, a big one at that. I've decided to log out of all my social media accounts and go an entire year without it.