I love Instagram. It is by far my favorite social media platform. I mainly use Facebook to keep in touch with family (I deleted almost 1800 "friends/acquaintances" not too long ago) and news. Husband and I follow several news pages and often refer to them in conversation. Then I just recently completely deleted my Twitter, LinkedIn and MySpace. MySpace for obvious reasons. I mean, who uses it anymore? LinkedIn because I was tired of former coworkers stalking my page. And Twitter because I never used it. I tried my hand at SnapChat for all of 5 minutes. Didn't like it, so I promptly deleted it.
But Instagram I use daily. It is where I met my coach-turned-friend Jenna Fail. She alone has been life changing since she has been the a main point of my motivation in working out the past year. If you are on Instagram and want a daily dose of motivation and wit, then follow her now. Here's her Instagram page.
Not too long ago I read a post by someone, and I apologize but I cannot think of who it was, that was talking about how they kickstarted accomplishing their weight loss goals. This person has a couple hundred pounds to lose and is documenting their journey on social media. But, instead of setting super unrealistic goals, you know the kind I'm talking about, the ones where you feel defeated before you even begin working on them? She set her sights on smaller goals at first.
Hi there! I'm Kara, of taking KARA myself! I've dabbled in blogging off and on for a while now. Mostly off. But I'm trying to change that and make a dent in this side of the world wide web. Enjoy!