How My Social Media Consumption and Usage Have Changed Since Lockdown (Updated 24th June 2020)

It's been 3 months since the U.K. went into lockdown in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The way I've been consuming and using social media has changed drastically since then. Here's how: This thread has a notice to show that one of its Tweets includes a word I muted. I have concealed the usernames of … Continue reading How My Social Media Consumption and Usage Have Changed Since Lockdown (Updated 24th June 2020)

6 Top Tips and Strategies to Cope During the COVID-19 Crisis

Warning: A part of this post may trigger anxiety or distress. The global Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic can be a difficult time for everyone whether they are on the autistic spectrum or not, but here are my top tips and coping strategies that help me get through the crisis: Stay at home unless it’s absolutely essential. Since … Continue reading 6 Top Tips and Strategies to Cope During the COVID-19 Crisis

How I Manage My Social Media Consumption and Usage

Before I go into more depth about how I curb my social media consumption and usage, I would like to acknowledge that this blog post is inspired by Brogan Tate’s blog post on how she controls what she consumes on social media. Her post is very interesting, thought-provoking, relatable and even understandable in parts. When … Continue reading How I Manage My Social Media Consumption and Usage

My Thoughts on Instagram (Updated 12th March 2019)

  Top row: Mushroom stroganoff; thumbnail for my YouTube video #BlogCon LDN 2018 Vlog 4 - Putting a Price on Your Content; my milestone post to celebrate 1,000 Instagram Posts. Middle row: My letter lightbox to greet November 2018; my polar bear hot water bottle cover; creamy chicken and rice. Bottom row: Photo for my … Continue reading My Thoughts on Instagram (Updated 12th March 2019)