Why Every Personal Brand Deserves an Early Start: One Florida high school's forward-thinking course is jumpstarting students' professional lives
Most of us couldn't have predicted that one day, so much of our lives would be public. Young adults growing up in the early days of social media hadn't yet learned that posting online is like carving in stone -- that photo of you and friends celebrating spring break is mighty hard to erase.
Bigger Turnoff: Overconfident or Insecurity? We all have our flaws but with this data we now know it'll be best to work on
Falling for the Couple Switch Wow! Voters were pretty split on this one, but Caleb and Spencer won everyone over this
Declaring that some thoughts, phrases, and actions are 'correct' while others are not is creating an ever-tightening noose
I suppose being the heterosexual, teenage son of a gay father puts me in a somewhat unique community of which I am both happy and proud to be a part. Yet, I believe my role within that community is actually to guide those outside of it.
Study distractions now consist of scrolling back to 2008 on an upperclassman's timeline or dubbing some guy's shirtless vacation pics as "thirst trap." I'm no exception, but the endless vortex of Facebook data didn't seem like the best place to start, because it never stops.
Even though I loved high school, I wouldn't go back and do it again. Don't get me wrong -- I had a lot of great times and great memories, but there were also many days I spent stressing over the littlest things.