When I think of a typical fast food commercial, I think of perfectly pristine burgers and mouthwatering fries. In real life, it’s much more of an “expectation” vs. “reality” scenario when what you usually get is old, soggy buns and
Buh-bye 2010’s, HELLO 2020! As we get ready to move into the new year, let’s take a look back at some of the social media trends that defined the decade and shaped the world we live in today:
If you’re active on social media, chances are you’ve been inundated with photos of people aged about 30 years. Thanks to a photo-editing service called FaceApp that has recently gone viral (though it originally launched in 2017), you can see
Everyone loves a good viral meme, and one of the best parts about them is that they can come from anywhere. In the world of social media, we all know a serious presidential debate is no exception.
I will be the first to admit that I am awful at responding to text messages. I am one of the guilty parties who sees a message, thinks of a response in my head, and then forgets to actually send
After weeks of a government shutdown, which is leaving countless government employees without a paycheck, most of America has had enough. Many senators, state representatives, and celebrities have spoken out on the issue. But when the iconic queen rapper, Cardi
I’ve had a multi-week Scandinavian road trip on my bucket list since 2015 when one of my favorite YouTubers, Estee Lalonde, vlogged, blogged and Instagram-ed her trip to the point where it has been burned in my mind ever since.
You may have heard that the home of everyone’s favorite family recently went on the market. The Brady Bunch house, one that’s easily recognizable by people of all ages, was sure to be a hot commodity after being listed for
Another one bites the dust for United Airlines - last week, pop singer Dua Lipa started a viral Twitter uproar after a United Airlines flight attendant refused to accommodate her sister’s severe nut allergy.
Ah, Twitter – a place where some of President Trump’s most vocal critics go to lay out their frustrations about the current state of our union. Well, according to a Federal Judge in Manhattan, it looks like Trump will be