Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Interview with Sunny Lenarduzzi: Don’t put pressure to be everything to everyone

March 13, 2015 by  
Filed under Body Image

Please tell us about yourself and what you do? I’m a social butterfly and a believer in the power of positivity. I love connecting with people, exercising, and laughing. I’m an entrepreneur, social media consultant and a digital lifestyle contributor for Hootsuite’s Social Update, The Huffington Post, CITY TV, CMS Connected, N3TWORK and the host […]

Interview with ESPN anchor, Bram Weinstein: True happiness is seeing my kids smile

Please tell us about yourself and what you do? I am a native Washington transplanted to central Connecticut working at the Worldwide leader in Sports ESPN as a studio anchor and reporter. My main role is anchoring Sportscenter. I’m married with two children, aged 5 and 2.  Do you find the pressures of working in your […]

Not Cool Facebook… Not Cool.

October 31, 2013 by  
Filed under Body Image, Fat Talk, Media Literacy

I was innocently updating my status from my phone today and saw this option… Fat is NOT a feeling.

Being a Critical Consumer of Social Media: my imperfect birth story

My daughter is sleeping, one of her sporadic 2-3 hour breaks between diapers, feeding, crying, rocking and snuggling. I became a mother three weeks ago and I must say it has not been what I expected. I wanted to write a little about some things I have learned, or more accurately re-learned, during the last […]

Can We Talk? The Truth About Social Media

Can We Talk? The Truth About Social Media      Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, and Pinterest are now a part of my common vocabulary. I’ll admit, I’ve done my fair share of Facebook “creeping”, and I always have my iPhone or iPad with me. But, despite all this, I can honestly say that I don’t let social […]

Why Girls Need to Learn About CyberDRAMA, Not Just CyberBULLYING

February 6, 2013 by  
Filed under Body Image

This Guest Post graciously submitted by Rachel Simmons. If it bleeds, it leads: it’s a popular saying in journalism that refers to our attraction to sensational, often violent headlines. As an anti-bullying educator, I have seen something similar: we tend to focus on the most extreme levels of bullying as a way to teach and build […]

Being “In the Moment” Amid Today’s Technology

November 5, 2009 by  
Filed under Livin in the Moment, Mindfulness, Wellness

I had an interesting conversation with my mom and sister when I was home in N.J. last weekend. We were talking about Facebook, and my mom (who is active on Facebook herself) admitted how disconcerting it is to her when she sees someone at a concert, on a date, watching a movie, at a museum […]

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