I admit it. I
probably definitely spend more time on Facebook than I care to admit. But it’s so addictive. The pictures, who’s doing what, the town chatter, etc, etc.
Yet, in using social media, there are tons of tiny lessons to be aware of. We’ve all been exposed to those who have no idea where to draw the line, who behave like it’s their first time on the internet. Like there’s no such thing as a screen shot or as though their words may not live forever once they’ve been read. When I started to think about it, I realized that many of these lessons easily apply to how we might benefit from behaving properly “in real life”.
So these are some of the little nuggets that I’ve learned through my own – and others’ – mistakes: