Turn off the news. Turn off music if it triggers negativity. If overwhelmed, find solitude.
Jackson Browne’s 1996 album Looking East delivered mostly messages of positive reflection. It is a journey of self-discovery and appreciation for living. (“Some Bridges” and “Alive in The World”). The fourth track of the album starts as a chorus of harmonics before Browne starts singing what has become a frighteningly accurate prediction of the present […]
If you read or watch the news, you see the world painted as being in a very poor place. The positive stories being reported are few and far between. Expert social media users can curate their feed down to something that is more tolerable. This is one of the main reasons I only user Twitter. […]
Summer is here. Which means your social media probably has a few summer pics. Pics of the cottage, the water near the cottage, and the food being eaten at the cottage…all for your viewing pleasure on Facebook, Twitter, Instacoffee (my nickname for Instagram) and other platforms. One of the great things about using these platforms […]
Social Media has been a gift for some and a curse to many. It has brought the world closer together. It has allowed old friends to connect, family to unite and reunite, and for business to give a platform to reach out to clients on a very personal level with increased accountability. It has also […]
DISCLAIMER – This is written over a weekend where I have left Social Media for a few days. The essay you see will be posted to Facebook and Twitter via an automated feature in WordPress in order to reach readers. In a relatively short period of time, Social Media has reignited the flames of the […]