This blog post is a follow-up post on last week’sJack of All Trades, and the second part of the Jack of all trades saying is, as many people know, master of none. In this blog post, I will look into the subject of PR and analyse it in what I hope will be a new way (it’ll certainly be new for me!). Continue reading →
We live in a time of fast technological growth and ever-expanding expectations. More and more, we are all assumed to be well versed in trends and advancements, as well as keeping up to date on changing social norms and correctness.
Oftentimes we can feel overwhelmed by the evolving world around us, especially in PR.
Everyone knows that a lot of online content can easily be faked. From Photoshop to Facetune, we all have to take online images with a pinch of salt and try to remember that not everything we see can be believed.
So, what happens when people decide to fake a lifestyle? Fake homes, money or trips to other countries? In the true online social experiment way, many people have been taking up the “Fake Travel” challenge to see if they can trick their Instagram followers into believing that they’re somewhere else in the world.
This week, I made a serious decision. A decision that will not only affect the course of my life, but also, the course of this blog.
The decision itself doesn’t matter for this post (rest assured, a blog post containing all the details will be coming soon!) but something else has arisen from this decision that I have to briefly discuss here and now.
I want to take a week away from blogging.
Yes. This week.
“But this is a blog post?!” I hear you cry (that may just be me).
Today, I wanted to post a simple tweet of five words that I had been thinking all day:
I wonder if she knows?
But as my thumb hovered over the ‘tweet’ button, something came to mind that I had never really considered before. The thought that this tweet could mean so many things to so many people. Continue reading →