The internet has become oversaturated with cheap and convenient content, and without a filter, users can adapt with an unhealthy appetite for poor media consumption. We sacrifice our most prized asset, time and attention, to maintain social media relationships that otherwise provide no benefit to us.
The best way to feel like you “won” isn’t trying to top someone else. It’s not caring what they’re up to because you’re so damn busy killing it.
I’m sick of the phrase, “KILL IT!” Or “STOP WATCHING & START HUSTLING!” Or “TO WIN THE GAME YOU HAVE TO PLAY IT!” I am sick of business inspirational slogans. They don’t work. They aren’t true.
If you were late to the #KimExposedTaylorParty…Here’s what you missed.
Because just one look at someone’s profile can raise a thousand questions. Questions that didn’t even cross your mind and questions that you might not like the answers to.
I see your hashtags and messages of support to those affected, but I don’t applaud them and don’t add one myself. I simply don’t see the point other than to make your online friends know you’re informed and have reacted appropriately. I choose instead to reflect internally and welcome conversation in more intimate parts of my life.
We have to understand that while it’s great to be appreciated and liked, we can’t isolate the value of our truth, of what/who is in our hearts; engraved in our souls.
Social networks claim to bring us closer together, but I can’t help thinking they’re really just pulling us apart.
These people just wanted a little photo editing but now it’s gone way beyond that.
Your heart literally skips when someone comments on one of your photos or posts.