Social Media

The biggest drug in the world. 


December 1st, 2017 I am beginning a Social Media Detox where I will delete all my social media apps for the month of December. Reason being to recharge my mind to think differently than "scroll, scroll, tap, comment, scroll, scroll". Freeing myself from my phone is something I not only believe I need to do but something we all should try from time to time. Its difficult running a business and just abandoning your social media feeds, but may be beneficial if it jumpstarts me to engage with actual humans more, or read and meditate more frequently instead of being zombified by my phone and social media. Secondly my attention span is so short these days, and I get scatterbrained too easily for my liking so this will be a time of focus and self reflection. A great way to end the year out and to bring in my fifth year as a business owner. If you want to join in on the detox with me leave a comment below or send an email because these will be the only ways to get in touch with me unless you've got my number.

Anyways, Life is Gucci.


See you in 2018 IG, Twitter, Snapchat, Blitter, Tumblr, Facebook...


I saw this doc about a year or two ago and instantly got to rethinking how serious I take social media. Using social media to my advantage, as well as learning how to put my phone down and actually do something. So many hours out of my day get wasted scrolling Instagram, twitter, snapchat, Facebook, and Tumblr. But is it really a waste if I'm taking all that i see in as data to learn from? What hashtags to use when selling, what topic is on fire on twitter, what brands are dropping new shit. Social Media has become a job, and Im torn between wanting my brand seen by every living person on this planet, and being the shy guy I am in real life. Even more so, how do I balance time on social media and real life tasks because everything must be documented right? But I digress, checkout the documentary and let me know how you guys feel about it in the comments section.