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Why I Will Never Share My Political Views on Facebook (or anywhere)

Why I Will Never Share My Political Views on Facebook (or anywhere)

The Presidential election results are in, and there many angry, disappointed, and stressed out people. You have the right to feel any way you please, but don’t hold in these toxic emotions for too long. It is not healthy for your mind, body, and spirit. Today I share why I’m never sharing my political views on Facebook. […]

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Social Media (what I learned after being away for 30 days)

Social Media (what I learned after being away for 30 days)

My leave from social media has come to an end and I promised to share my experience with you. I learned many things, but today, I share three of the lessons I learned after being away for 30 days. No Social Media for 30 Days – What I Learned I learned that: Time is Valuable I learned […]

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I Am Not Using Social Media for 30-Days

I Am Not Using Social Media for 30-Days

Today marks the first day of my 30-day challenge of not using social media. I thought about doing this 30-day challenge a month ago, but someone convinced me that my presence on social media is important, especially if I want people to buy my products and/or services. Side note: I do not believe that my presence […]

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7 Benefits of Unplugging from Social Media / Technology

7 Benefits of Unplugging from Social Media / Technology

Social Media has been popular for a while now, but I have noticed that over the years that relationships aren’t like there used to be. Why is this? Because in-person relationships have taken a back seat. People spend more time glued to their smart devices engaging on social media instead of engaging with the people […]

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Why I Kissed Facebook Good-Bye

Why I Kissed Facebook Good-Bye

Update:  I opened a new Facebook account for marketing myself and this website in December 2015.  In March  2016, I decided to delete Facebook again, but before deleting Facebook completely, I checked Google Analytics.  It turns out that Facebook is the top referring social site for traffic to my website, followed by Twitter and then YouTube. […]

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I Do What Works for Me, Even If It Is Unpopular

I Do What Works for Me, Even If It Is Unpopular

  “I prefer to be true to myself, even at the hazard of incurring the ridicule of others, rather than be false, and to incur my own abhorrence. – Frederick Douglass Have you ever felt like breaking away from what the crowd was doing, but you did not have the courage to pull yourself away […]

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Evelyn Chats with Mitch Mitchell (Video)

Evelyn Chats with Mitch Mitchell (Video)

Happy Friday! Mitch Mitchell, of I’m Just Sharing interviewed me on Google Hangouts. Mitch is a long-time blogging friend who blogs about social media, blogging, motivation, and general topics for which he does commentary. I have  learned and continue to learn a lot from Mitch. I have never used Google Hangouts, but after downloading the […]

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5 Ways to Make Your Blog Creative, Unique and Inviting

5 Ways to Make Your Blog Creative, Unique and Inviting

This article is written by Jennifer Gretson. There are a million examples of blogs that have blown up with popularity, become media empires, or simply are a starting point for job opportunities and partnerships or collaborations. If you’re looking at starting a blog, or just sprucing up the one you have now, here are some […]

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Why All Bloggers Should Use Twitter

Why All Bloggers Should Use Twitter

  Today our guest blogger is Julia Slovich. From Facebook to Twitter to Flickr, social media is taking the world by storm. As a blogger, you know this better than anyone! If your blog is your primary social media platform, should you use other forms of social media? To be blunt, you can’t afford to […]

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