Why Twitter?

I recently re-started using Twitter after ages!!

When I say re-started, yes I mean it. I used to be an ardent fan of Twitter back when I was in 1st and 2nd year of university. Towards the end of 2nd year/beginning of 3rd year my use of twitter waxed and waned and I completely stopped using it. I’m in my 6th and final year of university (at last!!) and I have jumped back onto the Twitter bandwagon. This time however, the purpose of it is very different!

I had a personal twitter account when I was 19/20 years old, which I used for several purposes. Predominantly it was to share my personal emotions and feelings about certain situations – yes, that whole phase in life where social media was used to indirectly (or directly in some cases) target people who we felt had hurt us (looking back I cannot stop cringing!).

Now, 4/5 years later, I am older and wiser. I am slowly on a mission to find my purpose, which means I want to aid people in any way possible to do that. This was my reason for changing the way I started to use social media.

It started with Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat and now Twitter. I wanted to use it as a platform to share wisdom and motivation. Therefore, with a new Twitter profile, I decided to begin this new journey. Why? Because we are all in this game of life together. We need to grow together which means we need to help each other out.

Now that I have started using Twitter a lot better, I feel like I am learning more and contributing more to the world of wisdom, which is exactly what I wanted to do.

For those who want to follow me on Twitter, it’s @PraveenaUK 😄

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