Consider taking a serious look at who you follow online and what their presence and messaging does for you.

Especially if you are experiencing cyberbullying, depression, anxiety, peer pressure, low self-esteem and body image issues. 

Those are pretty big costs if you are not getting it right. Getting it right for you.

This is your environment. It has a silent, and often subconscious impact on you.

You get to choose the quality of this input in your life, not the people making money on you.

“In social media WE are the product, and we are letting others attribute value to us” – Bailey Parnell

So, how is your online “diet” impacting who you are now, and who you will become? Junk in, junk out...