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Throwback Thursday

I saw this at the Habitat for Humanity store. $35. Do you recognize it? Did anyone in your family have one?

My grandparents had one that was a bench style in white. 300 more words



“We are living for Likes, but we’re longing for love.” In his latest offering Craig Groeschel explores our desire to be connected with others in the ever-growing world of social media. 328 more words

Post Holiday thoughts...

I’ve been silent on my multiple social media sites since Christmas Eve because I was traveling to spend time with family for the holiday. I got home today to over 600 emails, 300 Twitter feeds I had to view, and too many Facebook announcements to cover. 339 more words

Contemporary Romance

Texting Beats Talking

Social interaction…. we are lacking it.   All everyone does is stare at their little devices.  I see families sitting together, not talking, just playing on their phones.   129 more words


managing nomophobia

It’s all good knowing what nomophobia is. But it is also important to know how it can be solved, or at the very least, managed. Below are some ways you can practice to manage your  smartphone dependency to ultimately lessen the negative effects of nomophobia. 393 more words


the signs of nomophobia

As promised, I did my assignment and researched on the signs of nomophobia.

In August 2015, researchers Caglar Yildirim and Ana-Paula Correia published their findings on the four dimensions of nomophobia in the journal of… 249 more words


I Love/Hate My Cell Phone

I have a love/hate relationship with my phone.

Setting all the convenient apps that help keep me organized aside, and even the social media that can keep me connected or distract me, my phone allows me to connect with the people I love, people I want to encourage, people who can help me find timely information, and so on. 405 more words

My Life With God