Since you were crazy enough to become a parent, here are some avenues on Facebook to help you cope. With the advent of my son’s first birthday, I’ve been reflecting on the inaugural year of my parenthood and have come to realise that Facebook has played a big part in it.
Well, as it is with everything in life, there was both good and bad that came out of it. Here’s a little glimpse of how it influenced my journey into parenthood and how it can enhance yours too. If you’re a new parent or will soon become one, this post is most certainly for you.
Multitasking has been getting a bad rap and if you do multitask and seem to forget things a lot, then that means that multitasking is starting to take its toll on you. I have been joking around saying that my short-term memory loss is due to having kids but after a while people start mentioning conversations that I do not have any memory of, and overdue tasks that I still keep forgetting to do or update.
After a short, well-deserved break recently, I got back to work with a new appreciation for slowing down (don’t we all?) and discovered that the pre-break me has been losing her grip on the state of things for quite some time. So this is my warning to you, that multitasking is really doing a number on your brain, in more ways than you know.
Although Twitter’s official app has a lot of features, it misses some innovative ones like scheduling tweets, muting tweets or users, multiple color themes, etc. This is where unofficial Twitter clients come in to fill in the gaps.
In this post, we’re going to showcase 9 free, feature-packed Twitter clients for the Android platform. These Twitter’s mobile clients will allow you to enjoy your favorite social networking platform on the go.