corners of the world, the internet has improved how we connect throughout the
years. Honestly, if it wasn’t for Facebook, I wouldn’t know what so many of my
families and friends little babies look like. Thanks to these different social
networks on the internet, like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram we’re able to
have that online connection with family and friends who are near and far.
my various social networks, especially to Facebook, since the majority of my “friends”
are family who reside in a different country. I love that I’m able to see
photos of of loved ones during special moments in their lives, that I wasn’t
able to attend, like a wedding, or a birthday. I love sharing photos of recent
milestones with loved ones because that allows them to share the moment with
me. I hope that when they are browsing through the photos, they feel as though
they were there with me. For example, our wedding in Guadalajara, many of my
family members from Honduras and USA were not able to attend, so we posted
several of the photos onto Facebook so that they would be able to see our
special night. During my wedding, I took various photos via my Instagram account to keep a record of what I looked like throughout the fun of getting hair and makeup done. I also tweeted a few photos of my bridesmaids getting ready!
networks, that sometime I get overwhelmed trying to organize (or download/screenshots) them manually, that I more than often give up. But, recently I was introduced to Lifeables, which is kind of like a virtual scrapbook that organizes all of your photos, videos, posts and even events! It’s super fast and easy to do. You sign up, connect your various social networks and let Lifeables do the organizing for you.