Crowd-sourcing Self-Esteem Since 1994
Today, we explore ways of accepting that, no matter what, some people won’t like us. Instead, we should focus on the people who matter.
Burnout can be disruptive. It can leave use feeling tired after sleep, and cause the things we enjoy to become chores
Social media has trained us to hide our flaws and hope to God no one ever finds them, but we’re all flawed. The point of this blog is to showcase how a person is a combination of beliefs, flaws and anxieties rather than any one perspective.
We’re conditioned to believe that the struggle is objectively bad but we don’t have any good days without the presence of failure.
Social media distorts how we interact with others. Instead of viewing conversations as places to collaborate, it’s not more common to see them as battlegrounds.
This is a creative non-fiction consideration of the predicament we find ourselves in. It’s a complex and wonderful world.