The useless people in our lives

Bernard Toutounji | 19 September 2012

Admittedly it can be difficult to embrace those who will make our life harder, but the mark of any of us is how we embrace the weak and those whom no one else will love.

SM: Chance to connect with people we would have never known

Katie Hinderer | 11 April 2012

In all honesty I would say I have a number of friends thanks to social media. These are friends I have not met. They are people I would not have ever been in touch with if social media didn’t exist.

Has the internet made us overly sensitive?

Katie Hinderer | 17 August 2011
Since I started blogging more regularly and began interacting with other bloggers. I’ve noticed a reoccurring theme: feelings are constantly hurt.

Breaking through the social media superficiality

Katie Hinderer | 06 January 2011
Why separate ourselves from something that is so much a part of our modern world? By stepping away and giving up we are in essence putting up a barrier between ourselves and our peers. Wouldn’t the better solution be to take decisive steps to infuse value into these outlets? Put substance where there is none.

The joy of letter writing

Katie Hinderer | 24 June 2010
my crazy travel schedule got me thinking about the joy that comes from receiving (and sending) a letter in the mail, the traditional way.
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