Pretty Girls and Muscular Guys

How are we going to replace tropes if we replicate them again and again, if we perpetuate them through what we push on our social media and our dating profiles, if we proliferate the toxicity that we have been systemically marketed through media and companies that have our wallet and not our humanity at heart.

Let’s radically deconstruct the systems that have grown roots and that take hold.

As always, #letstalkaboutit

Don’t Let Social Media Distract You

Have you gone on a social media bender and regretted it? Have you been on dating apps for hours and abandoned your sense of self worth?

You are worth more than that. Your time is worth more than that.

Here’s what you need to do:

1. Set clear boundaries for yourself.

  • Cap the amount of time you spend online by setting a timer.
  • Designate a specific number of times a day you can be on particular platforms.
  • 2. Create actionable goals.
    • Set daily, weekly, and monthly goals pertaining to your use of the internet. Check up on your progress of reaching these goals along the way.

    3. Establish positive grounding habits

    • Experiment with new ways to ground yourself: meditation, yoga, tai chi, maybe a call home.
    • Repeat this grounding habit especially when it is most difficult to repeat.
  • Over time you will have more power and stability by creating positive habits for yourself.