Always hit save

In my previous post I was so thrilled to announce I was back to vlogging. I have hours of footage I’m scouring through, and, if anyone has ever edited videos, you know it can be a tedious process. There’s some great moments, hilarious jokes, and just general amusement, but they’re rare-ish gems among hours of measuring, … More Always hit save

Book Vs E-reader

Now, we know I love my books. They’re my preciouseses and I need them with, around, near and on me at all times. But I have indeed confessed to being a e-reader owner as well. I want to compile a short list of pros and cons for both, and kind of explain how (and why) … More Book Vs E-reader

Living Outside the Filtered Echo Chamber: A personal essay on why I left conventional Social Media and the impact it had on my life.

I would like to preface this personal essay with this statement: I think social media can absolutely be a force for good. I think it has many benefits and perks. I believe that, if used correctly, it can be a good thing. I am in no way advising people remove their online presence if that … More Living Outside the Filtered Echo Chamber: A personal essay on why I left conventional Social Media and the impact it had on my life.

Hacked

A few days ago a friend of mine text me asking why I had reactivated my Facebook page. After a year of reminding people I didn’t have Facebook any longer, I was very confused.  She sent me a screenshot. “Umm… What the F***?” Sure enough, there was my page, live and well. I felt the … More Hacked