We all do and say things that don’t match up with how we say we are personality-wise. Some call it being two-faced. Others call it not being authentic. Either way, it’s not the right thing to do. We’ve all talked behind someone else’s back, even if sometimes it’s not intentional. I’m not horrible at it or anything, but it’s definitely something I need to work on. Being authentic means that how you say you act and how you really do act line up. I think I’m about 75% there, I just need to keep working on it.
So @axios RVA has a new game where you’re asked to draw #RVA neighborhoods. @ScottsAddition is going to be interesting, because no one realizes boundaries were expanded in 2015, AND #DiamondDistrict just dilutes that notion further. https://www.axios.com/local/richmond/game-do-you-know-your-neighborhood?city=richmond @KarriPeifer @nedoliver
This is inexcusable.
A truly wild moment yesterday from the House Financial Services Committee, where they laugh about the revolving door from Congress to the banks.
I know, right? I think he, Ed Sheeran, and Imagine Dragons (Get Z Nickelback) single-handedly prop-up top 40 radio right now.
Right? It’s like every week they think of a new way to make sure I spend less and less time on the app. Between forced sound on stories and no option to turn off [someone] posted new reels,” I barely find myself using @Instagram anymore. Forcing the UX does not increase usage.