This section will not be visible in live published website. Below are your current settings:
Current Number Of Columns are = 1
Expand Posts Area =
Gap/Space Between Posts = 10px
Blog Post Style = card
Use of custom card colors instead of default colors =
Blog Post Card Background Color = current color
Blog Post Card Shadow Color = current color
Blog Post Card Border Color = current color
Publish the website and visit your blog page to see the results
Ordinary People Taking Action
Back to Blog
The Differences of a Day
The other day, I had a really good day. My friend had a really bad one.
On any given day, some people you interact with are having a great day and some are having a horrible one – with most falling somewhere in between the two extremes. My point? Everyone we encounter is having some sort of day.
Take my friend and me. We each experienced our days completely differently, despite doing very similar things. We both went to work. We both drove our children to practice. We both did the “mom” duties, the “friend” duties, the “daily” duties.
When we finally crossed paths, we engaged in a standard, somewhat generic, conversation. We didn’t delve into how our days were going or how we were really feeling. It wasn’t from a place of disinterest or being fake, it was from a place of being “busy” and caught in the rut of just having small talk.
How did we learn that we’d had completely opposite days? Through Facebook, unfortunately. I made a post about my good day. She made a post about her bad day. Despite having connected in person, it was only through social media that our worlds finally came together. Social media has created a place where we are – sometimes – more freeing with information than we are in person. That shouldn’t be the case.
Some things we may want to remember as we navigate each day:
Leave a Reply.