Notes to Self: Daily Reminders

  • Overlook it. If you can't overlook it, forgive it.
  • It's their life.
  • If they want advice, they'll ask for it.
  • Keep up your own interests.
  • Be enthusiastic. It beats being critical.
  • It's better to be liked than right.
  • Let them treat you to something.
  • Keep good-housekeeping tips to yourself

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February 18, 2013

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Sharon Greenthal

I find it interesting that the more I use Facebook, the less my (adult) kids do - they've moved on to twitter and especially instagram.

Last year I discovered that an old boyfriend had died when I clicked over to his FB profile. It was beyond upsetting - but I would imagine this is how news will be shared, even by our generation, going forward.

penpen

As fast as we run, it feels like we can't keep up. Just when I thought I could tweet, now I've got to figure out instagram. But whatever the latest media, the fact remains--as you point out--that these sources of communication are the ones that people will use going forward, with our grown kids in the lead.

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