Thursday, 3 January 2019

Are You Connected To Your Friends?

The one thing that we all have in our lives are our relationships. Parents, colleagues, partners, friends - these relationships help to shape who we are and what we do. They help us when we are low and needing support. They help us to celebrate our successes and achievements and they help us to realise when we are being absolutely selfish fools. These are the relationships that we rely on to get through each and every day, but if you are not nurturing those relationships, then you’re going to lose them.
People Holding and Raising Hands

One thing that is really rare these days is finding families and friends that live within walking distance of each other. As nice as this would be, we are able to access more of the world now than we ever have before, and we’re all taking advantage of that access. Friends are scattered everywhere and we all have busy lives, right? However, busy or not, you don’t want to grow apart from the people who shaped you into the person that you are right now, which is why you have to make a conscious effort to make your friendships some of your most important relationships. With all of that in mind, you need to read this Credo Mobile review and start upgrading your tech. You’ve got friends everywhere, and you need to keep in touch with them so that you’re not growing apart. Life will always move on, but that doesn't mean that you have to! Let’s look at some of the ways you can keep closely in touch:

  • Keeping a group chat going is vital, and it’s why that mobile review above is going to come in handy. With a better upgraded phone, you can keep a lengthy chat going that won’t crash. Your friends in one closed chat means that you are all within easy reach of each other for those little updates in your lives. Those little tidbits that happen in between all the big conversations are for those group chats. Embrace them.
  • If you are all sane, you’ll all be interested in the same TV shows, such as Game of Thrones. If you all want to stay connected, then logging into Skype and watching Game of Thrones ‘together’ every week is a great way to come together and talk about something you all enjoy. It’s a matter of building a bond, and engaging in the same activities is a great way to do that.
  • Take the time to email. It may feel long-winded, but dropping in to someone’s inbox is really enough to make their day and make them feel like they have been in your mind. An email makes people feel excited and happy that you’ve taken the time to spend writing to them, and it’s fast.

Connections are only built when you make the time and effort to fine tune them and keep them going. How often do you find a friendship that’s worth the time like that?