Tag: social media

Peace Out, Social Media

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In 2005, I logged into Facebook for the very first time. Back then you had to have a university provided email address to create...

Facebook Makes Me a Liar

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Over the summer, the kids and I made a habit of sleeping in and as soon as my two beautiful children woke up, they...

My Social Media IS a Highlight Reel and That’s How I...

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There is no shortage of articles floating around the mom blogosphere about the inaccuracy of comparing your day-to-day life with the carefully curated life...

I’m a Social Media Mom

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As far as the social issues of our era go, I'm pretty sure at this point that the integration (or lack thereof) of social...

My Kids Don’t Have Smartphones and I’m Not Sorry

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I am a child of the '80s and came of age in the '90s. Technology was limited to the Walkman, then the Discman, cable...

Why the Hot Cop Facebook Posts are the Best Thing That’s...

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Life can be really rough, and it’s been rough for a lot of Americans in the past several weeks. First Hurricane Harvey hit Texas,...

Keeping Up with My “Stories” – From a Serial Blog Follower

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When I hit roughly the seventh month of my first pregnancy, I couldn’t sleep. One night, instead of watching TV, I sat down at...

Spreading Love Without The Likes

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What if I told you that you could give a homeless man one hundred dollars without posting about it on Facebook? What if I...

Managing Social Media Addiction

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We live in a time where NOW is coveted. This instant gratification concept has been proverbially stamped on those in their mid-twenties and thirties....

5 Steps for Social Media Safety

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As the wife of a law enforcement officer, I can attest firsthand that internet crime is becoming a increasingly prevalent part of this generation...

When Mama Needs A Makeover

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When I think of makeovers, I tend to associate that with the beginning of the year. A fresh start, a blank slate. But this...

Back Before Everything Became Automatic

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A couple of weeks ago we had our annual Girls’ Weekend. Every January, my mom, my sister, my mom’s sisters and my female cousins...