Thoughts on Culture

A Speech to Millenials, From a Millenial, About Social Media

I’m going to talk a lot today. #SorryNotSorry It’s clear the world has lost its way. People are upset, angry, frustrated, exasperated, disappointed, distraught, oppressed, offended, wounded, hurting, apathetic, passionate, etc. Something is wrong. When social media became an outlet for news, everything went downhill. I was a Journalism student so I know how effective social media is for spreading ideas… Continue reading A Speech to Millenials, From a Millenial, About Social Media

Thoughts on Culture

Why We Must Be Accountable

The Dramatic Shift I’ve come to notice our world is shifting in how it uses language and what it defines as truth. Present day mentality concerning our identity as individuals (formerly mankind, which emphasizes plurality) is we should all be accepted for who we are, our beliefs should be tolerated and the world needs to… Continue reading Why We Must Be Accountable

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“Get Off Your Phone!”

What is it about mobile technology that has us so hypnotized? Friends meet up at restaurants and spend more time with their eyes on the screens, than each other. We may not be interested in what is happening around us, but it doesn’t send a good message. A friend caught me doing this exact same… Continue reading “Get Off Your Phone!”

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A Grammar Lesson in Heroism

I was browsing one of my social media networks when I came across this image: If that doesn’t shock you, well. Culturally, we have drifted into a pattern of redefining terms based on our confusion of their true meanings, over-exaggeration of situations and events and embellishing things to make them seem greater than they are. We’ve created shortened invented terms like… Continue reading A Grammar Lesson in Heroism

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An Attitude Check for Women Like Me

Women are incredible, inspiring, beautiful, nurturing, considerate, compassionate creatures. We love deeply and have the capacity to forgive after endless wrongs, whether they’re from our friends, boyfriends, husbands, siblings, parents or children. Women have emotions that run deep to the core of our being and they motivate us to make decisions and chase our goals. Our… Continue reading An Attitude Check for Women Like Me