After my past few posts about mental health I have found myself void of any writing capability for this blog and have swerved towards the photography side of things because I just can’t seem to find the right topic to blog about at the moment and when I do I can’t find the right words.
This post is written in defense of the so called “sexist” tweet Steve Martin made when making a tribute to her following her death saying the words “When I was a young man, Carrie Fisher she was the most beautiful creature I had ever seen. She turned out to be witty and bright as well.”
So I have known about Klout for some time, but haven’t gotten round to using it until now. If you are big on social media I strongly suggest you begin using Klout, not only do some employers now look at your klout score (for relevant jobs of course) but it also helps you personally track
Being a social media enthusiast you can find me in many different places all over the web, so I thought I’d update you all on some of the other social media sites you can find me on. Twitter Facebook Linkedin Youtube Eye Dodge Productions Tumblr Pinterest My Other Website
Just thought I’d link to all of my social media sites and other websites if any of you are interested in visiting them. If not then please feel free to completely ignore this post 🙂
The majority of the people on earth have at least one social media account – that’s safe to say, right? Now they may have a social media account, but do they actually know how to use it safely? My guess is no. Whenever I go on to Facebook I always see horrible posts done by
You are the fire burning me from the inside Ready at any moment just to push me aside Weak and Lifeless that’s how you’ll leave me My heart isn’t quite ready to break free
Facebook has been in our lives since 2004, however it got popular around 2006-2007 and since then it has become one of the largest social networking platforms that we know and love. In a sense it has changed the way we communicate with the people around us – not just our university friends.
This article will be about the way we hide behind our phones instead of experiencing life, but first…let me take a selfie! Yes, our phones, tablets and computers are slowly taking over our lives one step at a time. They are like small robots luring us in with a new gadget or setting every year.