Our minds have more information to share with ‘self’ than most tweets and FB personal posts can teach us. It’s all about where we focus the positive within.
I haven’t had an iPhone for years and I don’t miss what I don’t know. Try using a camera instead and set up other ways to share your passions.
If you are being emotionally attacked online, tell someone. Bullies tend to retreat when you have support. Nip it in the bud before it gets out of hand. Talk to a friend or tell your teacher or guardian. Together we can make the world a better place.
Spend time outdoors and look out for recreational groups in your community. Make ‘real’ friends and better ways to work and play.
When you use the internet try to be purposeful. Perhaps spend less time chatting and watch YouTube videos covering topics that interest you. You can learn so much this way too!
Set up a journal or blog and record your progress with your crafts and imagination combined. Find things that stimulate you and teach you new things to talk about with friends. Make online time beneficial.
Less is more. More community, more to share.
No matter what age we are, we constantly have to find the right balance that works best for our well-being. To find people that we enjoy connecting with, that teach us with subjects that appeal.
We are stuck ‘nowhere’ we are fortunate to have the freedom of choice in most cases and should be thankful for this. There are many who are living incarceration without the little things we take for granted.
So be the change – It’s time for change!
Tiffany Belle Harper.