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Social media tutorial

Today I had a one on one social media coaching session with Kay from Legal Shield. We refined her Facebook personal and Business Fan page, created her pinterest page, and updated her LinkedIn Page. 

Kay and I first met at a local networking event for the Cincinnati eWomen network. She immediately told me about how she felt overwhelmed by social media and wanted to learn how it could help her business. 

Since LegalShield provides low cost legal representation for families and small business owners for an affordable monthly rate, as well as identity theft protection, we decided that Facebook and LinkedIn were the best outlets for her. 

Our goal is to (starting this summer) provide weekly tips about everyday things that may require you to have legal protection and what your rights are! To follow Legal Shield Kay Hunter on Facebook click here.

🙂 kpl

Get a (social) media life class on 4/18/16 at Sharonville Convention Center

To register for the class click here. Maximum 12 students per class.

Are you overwhelmed by all the social media websites and apps out there? Which one is right for you? How on earth do you go about setting it up? Learn how step by step, with your laptop and smartphone. 

“Get a (social) life social media class’ on 4/18/16 from 10am-3pm, Sharonville Convention Center. Step by step, learn how to use Facebook Pages, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest to promote and grow your business. $100 per person, box lunch included. 

When this class is done, you will have complete profiles created and ready to go, your social media apps set to post, and the confidence to use social media to promote and grow your business. 

Event listed on Facebook fan page for Peachy Keen Life https://www.facebook.com/events/1547183195580356/ 

Do you need a social media detox?

In today’s media driven world, do you want a simple detox that tastes great, doesn’t require you to eat any different foods or more water, and is guaranteed to shed weight? Well, here it is! It’s a one day social media detox — you simply unplug!

Think about how many hours a day you spend on the internet. What exactly do you do? During the week I use it for work purposes, but at night I am typically on Facebook learning more about my friends than I ever wanted to know, reading tabloids about people who don’t even know my name, and watching shows that will likely be cancelled in a few years. (My husband — well, he loves the 20/20 and Dateline shows about people who have been murdered who he has never met and whose families have no idea he is watching it!)

Why do we waste our lives away with all of this information? Think about the person who tells you more than you want to know — isn’t your first reaction “TMI,” too much information? That information is the extra weight, weighing you and your ability to focus on bettering your own life and situation. What if you took that approach with your social media and television? Last weekend my husband and I spent a day going around town, running errands and enjoying the beautiful weather. We both felt so refreshed when we came home even though we had walked 5,000 steps! 

I challenge you, this week, to take one day to unplug. No social media, no TV…music is ok. The next day, see if you feel more relaxed. This is why I typically unplug on Sundays. The Lord said that we should keep ‘the Sabbath day holy,’ so no work on Sundays. (Unless I have a wedding, which are typically at a church anyways, so hopefully God sees it as a good compromise!) Or choose A DAY this week to unplug — just from social media. I guarantee you will feel a lot less overwhelmed, you won’t compare your life to someone else, and you will focus on the beautiful life you have in front of you. And you will focus on making that grass greener for you, your family, and those you share your life with!

So who is ready for this detox? Kpl 🙂