Re-defining Failure

Let me give you a great example; I was walking around humming the blues when I dropped my Motorola Atrix (I’m old and cheap) on the cold, hard marble floor. I frantically picked it up to find a one-inch crack going through the middle of the screen. I felt the crack in my heart too, and in my purse. On my way home I stopped by a few phone stores and was told it would cost me £50 to replace the screen.

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Reactivating Facebook after years of Social Media Sobriety

Reactivating Facebook and writing a post about it – so millennial. For some context; I am 25 years old and I opened my Facebook account in 2008 – when I was 17. So while that is relatively old in today’s era, I had it for a large chunk of time until I decided to deactivate it a few years ago. Why? My career wasn’t moving ahead, I was depressed and social media made it more so. It took some teeth clenching to reactivate the account even now but I got there in the end.

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