Getting started with fitness and nutrition can seem overwhelming. There are plenty of questions to consider: Where do I begin? How can I hold myself accountable? What is the best program for me? ….
Part of our survival as humans rely on our connections with others. Since the beginning of time we have used stories, not only to connect, but also to learn and share experiences… Continue reading THE POWER OF STORY
You may not even be aware of how many times a day you send and receive texts. Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life researchers found that 1 in 3 teens send more than 100 text messages a day, or 3,000 texts a month. A significant amount of time spent looking at your phone screen.
……How Much Is Too Much? In a survey of 1,787 adults ages 19-32, researchers found over ¼ of participants who spent more than 61 minutes per day on social media had signs of depression. This study, coupled with others in the field, show that social media’s addictive qualities can lead to intense feelings of social isolation and depression. Continue reading Depression + Social Media [5 Ways Social Media Can Make You Depressed]
…..Movements, as well as individuals within a movement, want to avoid burning-out. Burn-out can range from a general feeling of hopelessness to completely dropping out. Because burn-out doesn’t happen over night we can easily miss the warning signs. Continue reading Activism & Self-Care [6 Ways to Stay Well as an Activist]
……Taking a break from social media is just a way to reset your mental and emotional state. The average American spends roughly 5 hours per day solely watching television. That alone can seem overwhelming. Like any cleanse, its goal is to reset and rejuvenate. Continue reading 8 Tips For a Social Media Cleanse
A detailed breakdown of a collaboration between Hill Valley and Starwood Animal Transport. Continue reading Sophie’s Coming Home [Client Highlight]
Simply put, storytelling is everywhere. Continue reading Importance of Storytelling & Video