Phones and technologies are a major part of our everyday lives, most of us even spend several hours a day scrolling down and tapping on the screen of our devices. So do I, but the question is, are we sure it’s really the phone we’re addicted to?
I, a well integrated 15-year-old teenage boy, would like to ease into this topic by confirming that I personally also do waste a lot of my spare time using social media or playing video games. Pretty much all year one could call me a “phone-dependent” and I’m sure that I’m not the only one who’ll feel the same way. My parents and teachers keep telling me to put my phone away. Continue reading Is it really the Phone that we’re addicted to? →
I’m going to spend my next year in Kenosha, Wisconsin but even though the long journey is yet to come, I already had to invest a lot of time. In this text I’ll tell you about my experiences and things I had to do for my year in America.
Continue reading Preparations For A Year Abroad →
We hear about it in the news sometimes, and the internet is full of horrifying stories, which should prevent you from accessing it. But what is the dark net, and are the preoccupations justified?
Continue reading Is it that bad? →
Gender inequality – are only women affected?
When you hear the words gender inequality, you probably think of unequal payment, women being harassed, feminism and so on, but have you ever thought about how gender inequality and stereotypes affect men?
Continue reading Gender inequality – are only women affected? →
First of all, I want to point out that I use social media and that there are definitely some pros to it, but it would like to point out some things that I think make social media horrible.
Social media is mostly used by teenagers and we use it not only to stalk cute boys online or for other social interactions, which is what SOCIAL media should be about. However, we also look at tons of pictures of supermodel, for ‘inspiration’, but it actually makes us feel bad about ourselves. Continue reading Does social media affect your health? →
What we think and what we do…