Why Hatred Has Fueled This Election and We’re All To Blame

“What will you be voting today Miss Lexi?” “Republican,” a ten-year-old me said with a proud smile, “Just like my mom and dad.” I was so thrilled to hand in my fake ballad that I remember not being able to sleep the night before. I was too excited. We had just learned a lot about … Continue Reading

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The Ten Commandments of Twitter

As the made-up-in-my-mind milestone of my 8,000th tweet approaches I have a confession to make: Hello, my name is Angela Myers, it’s been 34 seconds since my last tweet, and I am a twitterholic. Phew that feels good to get off my chest. No, but seriously. I joined twitter at the innocent age of 17 … Continue Reading

#ShareWhatMatters

Share What Matters is a movement defined by two key elements: 1. We have the power in 2016 to determine what is trending. We can use that ability to shift the negativity on social media and change it into a tool for greatness. 2. We all have a story. You have a story and something … Continue Reading

Put the Phone Down and Start Living

We’ve become a generation consumed by likes and follows. We’ve adapted to the artform of 140-character thoughts and the best angle for the perfect selfie. We critique people we don’t even know and have learned to digest information in bite-sized snippets with a minimal tolerance for anything exceeding  200 words. With our constant need to … Continue Reading

11 Things We Fake In Our Social Media Lives

It is our nature to blame the media for our poor perceptions of reality and the ways we compare ourselves to idealistic standards. At one time, that may have been true. It may have been the airbrushed models in the magazines, and the seemingly flawless lifestyles of celebrities that made us feel like boring little … Continue Reading