Let’s Get Together!
Hey, people now,
Smile on your brother.
Let me see you get together,
Love one another right now.
– Jefferson Airplane Lyrics
I just spent the better part of my gloriously sunny Sunday indoors attempting to wade through a mountain of unread, flagged and the odd
online discount shopping spam emails. I then spent the other part of my gloriously sunny Sunday attempting to reorganise Reading Lists and Bookmarks into some semblance of an organised disarray of semi-important web pages that I kind of thought were terribly important and interesting to begin with but that in all honesty, I’ll most likely never refer to again. Ever.
#Just keeping it real.
So I’ll be the first to admit that life is busy. I mean, really busy.
So busy that ‘being busy’ has almost become something to be desired – the latest “affliction” to be infecting the masses and toted with a good degree of pride as though it were a Gold Star Teachers Award. Well, something like that anyways. (This opinion has been purely formulated as a result of briefly skimming the aforementioned articles that came across my electronic desk months ago that only just got read).
I can tell you this though, the Do Not Disturb function is quite possibly my favourite and most utilised feature on my iPhone. Now that’s saying something. As a young lady in my early twenties, it’s not the Twitter app, not my growing addiction to documenting my every waking second on Instagram, and not even my iTunes library that rescues me from having to participate in any kind of polite discourse on the daily commute (because that would just be #awkward right?). In complete honesty, I truly declare that the DND button is my go-to lifesaver, and deliver me peace it does.
That being said – I’m also going to be realistic, because hey, that’s life!
Living in the modern-day world of technological advancements quicker than I can keep up with them (it’s not really my forté OK), and making a conscious effort to voluntarily participate in all that’s on offer through the heavenly provision of WI-FI, I have decided that the NannyShecando Blog needs a more online presence.
Code: NannyShecando is about to get schooled in the use of social media platforms for shameless self marketing & promotion.
At any rate, conversations with my family usually go a little like this:
.. and I feel like maybe they shouldn’t be the only ones. So hey everyone, I know life is busy and you’re all toting the ‘busy-ness’ award, but