I've been through a lot these past couple months, inner battles that I choose not to share. Sometimes you have to learn to just let go of the stress and heartache, it's does more damage holding on to it. I truly thought me reverting back to who I was before was going to help me move forward, acting as if nothing mattered, pushing away my family and in reality all it did was make things worse. This past weekend taught me so much about the "people" in my life that I thought I loved but it was just my own personal fears that stopped me from letting go. I will never let anyone, a situation or a job dictate my life or put me in a negative mindset again, I'm worth way more than that 😊 and as soon as I cut out those people and certain things, I've been slowly feeling better ❤️🙏🏽 #babysteps 👣 #keepgoing#content#changes
Facebook is overhauling the design of the News Feed to make it more legible, clickable and commentable. Specifically, Facebook now makes it much clearer where threads start and end in comments. Meanwhile, Instagram yesterday got a little redesign itself with comment reels now being threaded so you can have sub-conversations in public. Facebook periodically updates its design, typically stripping out unnecessary “chrome,” or user interface framing, to create a sleeker, more readable look. There’s more and more white space on Facebook, which could be intended to reduce eye fatigue during long browsing sessions and let your friends’ content pop off the screen more vividly. Facebook’s design team writes “we did not want to just ‘fiddle at the edges’, but rather make something that billions of people use every day less frustrating.” Both the Facebook and Instagram changes will roll out to all iOS and Android users over the next few weeks.