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Overthinking social media
Social Media

Two Ways You’re Overthinking Social Media

Almost everyone is guilty of overthinking social media. However, most articles focus on people who want more likes and ignore the other side of the overthinking social media spectrum, that is, people who overthink liking something. This makes it seem as though only people who worry about likes are wrong, while ignoring the fact that likes are still important for many businesses and content creators. You don't have to like everything, but if you like something, you should, well, like it. I'm going to explain why you don't need to worry about how many likes you're getting or how many
Social Media

Let’s Make the Sun-post a Thing

Disclaimer: Although this post introduces the idea of the sun-post, part of this could be seen as a sub-post. However, I'm not sharing it on the social media platform where they'll see it. Also, I have never mentioned this person on my blog before. I just want to make that clear in case there's any confusion. In your particular profession, why are you sub-posting? Yesterday a Facebook Friend posted this update: ...really interested in doing what is right, rather than simply "what I can get away with"... I wish I could tell you what this person does for a living,
Faith

How God Galvanizes

What does "galvanize" even mean? As my thirtieth birthday approaches, I've started to reflect on my first thirty years. I can honestly say that in thirty years, the best decision I made, one that defines me and continues to define me, has been deciding to go back to church. Church has helped me grow closer to Jesus, meet new people, get to know people better, and contribute to something greater than myself. In connection with this, over the past few weeks, I've been working on something that made me think I should probably look up the word "galvanize." I was
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Life

Random Moments I Remember

I'm turning 30 in a few weeks, and I've begun to compile random moments I remember. These aren't the best or the worst moments; they're just moments that have stuck with me for some reason. Some I had an active role in, and others are stories I've heard. In no particular order, and with (almost) no mention of age because I'm so old I can't remember, here's part one: 1. Like the spa, but not. I told my sister and my cousins that mud baths were good for their skin, so they should sit in my nana's garden while I