What to Do When Your Parents are on Social Media
Remember when social media was a way to escape the all-seeing eye of your parents? Sorry, that’s ancient history. The requests have started rolling in: Facebook, Instagram, even—what is going on here??—Snapchat. It’s gotten so bad that you’re contemplating going off the grid entirely. Siobhan Rosen says slow down, take a deep breath, and follow these tips for staying sane when your parents are all up in your feed.

What to Do When Your Parents are on Social Media

Remember when social media was a way to escape the all-seeing eye of your parents? Sorry, that’s ancient history. The requests have started rolling in: Facebook, Instagram, even—what is going on here??—Snapchat. It’s gotten so bad that you’re contemplating going off the grid entirely. Siobhan Rosen says slow down, take a deep breath, and follow these tips for staying sane when your parents are all up in your feed.

Do You Suffer From #FOMO?
In an era in which we are accosted by the meals, vacations, parties, and sheer awesomeness of most everyone we know—thanks, Instagram and everyone else in Silicon Valley!—we’ve never been more aware of what we’re not doing. Which can occasionally lead to an anxiety disorder known as #FOMO—Fear of Missing Out. Will Welch identifies the symptoms and recommends a simple course of treatment.

Do You Suffer From #FOMO?

In an era in which we are accosted by the meals, vacations, parties, and sheer awesomeness of most everyone we know—thanks, Instagram and everyone else in Silicon Valley!—we’ve never been more aware of what we’re not doing. Which can occasionally lead to an anxiety disorder known as #FOMO—Fear of Missing Out. Will Welch identifies the symptoms and recommends a simple course of treatment.