Social Media Energy Exchanging Between People
It’s no secret that just about everybody on the planet is addicted to social media.
Having a platform is a way for people to relate to each other. It’s all about the human connection or personal experience, and I’m trying to refine my blog in the process. I’ve been busy testing logo designs to help me decide on the final layout. I’m playing around with email and delivery services. I also signed up for some writing classes to perfect my style and content strategy.
Feelin’ All Fancy And Free
Perhaps, Lizzo sang it best:
“I do my hair toss
Check my nails
Baby how you feelin’?…”
Yes, that’s exactly what I did, spending several hours with my niece at the nail shop yesterday. It may sound simple, but this was a big deal for me (pat on the back).
I hadn’t been out of the house prior to this for more than a month. My agoraphobia was getting the better of me, and I needed to take control. Since it was my niece’s birthday, I made the extra effort to go out, and I’m feelin’ fancy with my pretty nails.
Gossiping At The Barbershop
I went with my husband to a black barbershop, and I highly recommend the personal experience. The setting is a hotbed of conversation ranging from politics to what’s for sale by the local hustlers. I chatted with a friend who I try to touch base with often.
He informed me that his girlfriend underwent hypnotherapy recently and emerged as a totally different person and in a good way.
My barbershop pal is amazing with tons of stories that I’ll begin sharing on my blog.
Sugar Baby, Say What?
This is interesting, naughty and a bit out there, but I was checkin’ my social media sites as in Twitter, Snap Chat, etc. and came across a social media scam.
Oh, you know it. Many of you’ve been there and done that, and this person offered to make me her sugar baby. She told me age didn’t matter, and I’m not the youngest chick on the block, so I was fascinated.
I’m usually the dominant one in the situation as I prefer younger women, but out of sheer curiosity, I asked about the arrangement and was offered 200 USD weekly. My job was to make this individual feel like the center of the universe.
Thanks but no thanks for placing me in the bargain bin of sexy candidates.
I received another sugar baby scam offer that same day, I mean, WTF?
This person, however, was located in Nigeria. They requested I take care of a few easy errands. Hmmm, I’m thinking it was going to include running some checks by my bank because they, as a dethroned prince, weren’t able to access money in their country, LOL.
Snap Chat, this chat, we’ve got to be careful. Scammers are using sophisticated tools and resources.
Play safely, everyone.