I think social media can be a great tool. It can also be a fun way to take a break from life. However, it can be problematic too. Comparisons, wasting time and anti-social behaviour can occur. We all know that social media is not real life. Life is complicated and messy and far from perfect. … Continue reading Social Media Breaks – Can they help?
One of the blog posts I have been planning for December was to write about human trafficking. This was because of Dressember which I will further discuss below. It is a time when women are wearing dresses and men are wearing bow ties to raise awareness and funds to help fight human trafficking. Human Trafficking … Continue reading Fighting Human Trafficking: Dressember
My sister has a mission of preventing sex trafficking. My Sister is involved in educating communities, empowerment and providing aftercare for survivors of sex-trafficking. Buy a tee and you get to tell a story. From the ethical sourcing of the material to the statement it makes to the conversations you can have. You get to … Continue reading My Sister – Cute tees with a message
I was scrolling through social media a few nights ago when I stumbled on an article, Relevant Magazine. You should go read it! It’s awesome. It was talking about how social media has created a different type of Pharisee. Different method but same outcome. The Twitter and Facebook age we are living in allows us to … Continue reading Culture of Shame
Holy guacamole you guys! The past couple of weeks have been troubling to say the least. Every time I opened social media especially Facebook I was saddened or angered or frustrated. It was difficult to see so much hatred. It made me feel quite helpless BUT it also meant a lot of prayer. Prayer for … Continue reading Hope & The Beauty Of Everyday Justice
I am the kinda person who likes getting things right the first time. If I am trying something new it takes me a while to be content with the result because I want to make sure it's perfect. I was also the girl in high school who never answered questions in class because I did … Continue reading The perfectionism trap