Yesterday I made the joke that as millennials, it would be near impossible to do something rad without documenting it. After I said it, I realized how deep that hit for me. Instagram has become a sort of diary for me. The story highlights remind me of the amazing weekends I’ve had this summer. The pictures represent key moments. The captions are my thoughts or mindset during that time. But I started to wonder, how much of my adventure time is being inhibited by my actions of trying to document those moments? I go back and look at pictures and videos of those adventures often. So I do want to continue capturing them. But I also want to start being much more mindful of that time. Making sure that the moment is lived in to the fullest, before I try to capture it. #foodforthought
Does the word Etiquette sound out-of-date? ⠀ We attended “Kids & parents etiquette event” by @urbanetiquette360 hosted by @malverncollegeegypt this Saturday. It was very interesting to know that urban etiquette is guidelines of good manners that actually serve as a powerful tool to help twenty-first century people get along better. ⠀ Seeing new generation of kids starting very young age sharing their experience of how to use manners in everyday life was super inspiring. ⠀ It helps in self-presentation that directly results in self-esteem, it helps in dealing effectively with rudeness and even bullying. ⠀ Very interesting subject for both adults and kids - and Saturday well spent! Thank you @urbanetiquette360
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