Our Ahimsa Experiment is a wrap. We raised $435 for the Chilly Pepper Miracle Mustang Foundation. According to Lauri Armstrong the rescue’s founder, our efforts couldn’t have come at a better time. As when I spoke to her she was off to pick up nine more orphaned foals, and an abandoned clydesdale.
The phrase “yogis giving back” seems full circle…and it is. As yogis, healers and seekers our highest goal is about giving, kindness, non-cruelty, awareness and peace for all living things. Those of you who participated did just that. Namaste Ohmies..
Thank you so much to all of you who donated! A super-special thanks to actor, Jana Hamblin and Yoga Nidra Meditation Guru, Lane Kennedy Levy. These two stepped up and did not even wince when I asked them to co-host A TWO-WEEK INSTA CHALLENGE for this cause.
Giveaway winners will be announced within the the next week. As not all of the donations from our sponsors have arrived yet. If you’re a winner you will be notified via Insta DM.
As far as results for the first ever Go OM Yourself Ahima Experiment… they were good. But not near our goal. Next year we will be better equipped to make a realistic goal without underestimating the support of our amazing subscribers and Insta communities. Way to go tribe! We totally saved some horses!
Read that last line again, slowly.
Ask yourself: Have you been kind today? Make kindness your daily modus operandi and change your world.
– Annie Lennox
“The Ahimsa Experiment Yogi Challenge calls upon us as yogis, seekers, makers and doers to put our good intentions to work. This challenge allows us a HUGE opportunity to generate some tangible goodwill, love, and compassion. But there’s a twist, to actually make the “magic happen…”
September marks the Go OM Yourself one year anniversary! To celebrate in a way that truly corresponds with the overall intention of the Go OM Yourself brand, we’ve come up with the Ahimsa Experiment Yogi Challenge. It’s an Instagram challenge with a twist!
The challenge part of the #AhimsaExperiment is the same as any other yoga challenge…yes all the fun is still there.
Each day challenge hosts focus on a new intention and invite you to you post your representation of that intention. You connect with new like-minded instagrammers, build your following, share experiences and tell us about the gorgeous images you post. There will be giveaways for active participants, as well. The twist is “the experiment” part. This challenge has a beneficiary…a cause. For example, a women’s shelter, animals in need, clean water well for a village…we can do so much!
The Ahimsa Experiment benefits a chosen charity, with a $1-$2 entry for each challenge participant. Entry fee? Sounds weird, yes,…but, hear us out. The quick and easy-entry link funnels directly to our challenge beneficiary. So just think…if we get 500 participants at 1$ a piece, we are really generating some “goodwill and change” for souls who need it! Dang, and imagine if we have some $2 entries!
“There is no need for temples; no need for complicated philosophy. Our own brain, our own heart is our temple; the philosophy is kindness.”
– Dalai Lama
Let’s make some measurable magic this year
Over the past twelve months we’ve been rocking and rolling to the beat of our bad-ass insta/yogi community. It’s been fun, and damn, you guys are freaking awesome. We’ve chatted and shared pics of our beloved pets and our kids. There have been yoga challenges, sound baths, mudras and meditations in tipis! A lot of you even own one or two of our tank tops/tees and hoodies. How about we commemorate the start of our second year and put our good yogi/seeker vibes to work!
Let’s take action, to create some magic. The cool part is that, we get to SEE IT ALL HAPPENING with the #AhimsaExperiment. It’s a chance to do some bona fide goodwill, and see where our work is making a difference.
When you’re in a position to have gotten so much, the gift at this point is giving back.
– Paul Stanley
I have to say, it’s been an amazing, busy inspiring year. I love you guys and the journey we’re on together. It feels right. I think we can totally kill it with the #AhimsaExperiment and really generate giving and goodwill.
So there it is…The Go OM Yourself birthday wish, the #AhimsaExperiment (giving and generating goodwill). Are you in?
“Our inherent mission as a community of seekers is to promote joy, bold individuality and a spiritual lifestyle to color the human experience with such a vengeance, that it takes your breath away on a daily basis.
– Go OM Yourself Mission Statement
Meet our first #AhimsaExperiment Cause
CHILLY PEPPER – MIRACLE MUSTANG specializes in CRITICALLY ILL, NEO-NATAL, SICK AND/OR INJURED FOALS. Especially the ones that are near death’s door, needing literally 24/7 care. The foals live with founder Palomino, aka Lauri Armstrong, and her husband in their nursery until the babies are strong enough to live outside. The babies’ rehabilitation continues on the ranch where they will learn “ranch life” and manners from the other horses on the property. In a perfect world all the rescues, grow and thrive and are adopted to good forever homes. Oh how we wish it was a perfect world.
Follow @palominoarmstrong now to see her everyday battle to save the world four hoofs at time.
“The level of our success is limited only by our imagination and no act of kindness, however small, is ever wasted.”
Call for Sponsors for the #AhimsaExperiment
At the moment I have two sponsors in place, but would love to have at least five more. Everyone loves giveaways! More sponsors, means more giveaways, which means more incentive for like-minded folks to participate in the challenge. If you’re a maker or have a great product and are interested in giving and generating goodwill as an #AhimsaExperiment sponsor please contact me!
Contact: Instagram: @go-om_yourself
Ahimsa is one of the world’s great principles, which no power on earth can wipe out.
– Mahatma Gandhi
“She loves horses, and horses too…” funny!
I met “The Traveling Yogini” ( Stephanie Spence) at the Yoga Expo and was thrilled when she asked to interview me and feature my baby yoga brand…Go OM Yourself.
Chaos blankets me morning of the 2019 Yoga Expo World Los Angeles. Also, it’s the first time I set up my yoga brand outside the security of my garage. I arrive early to the venue, but a major snafu sets the tone of my morning. In brief, my entire store sits, locked in my U-HAUL at the loading dock (long story). Therefore, I lose two hours of make-ready time. So, when the convention floor opens to the public, my store sits in disarray. My daydreams of a beautiful pop-up store to meet conventioning yogis fades. Instead, the thought of giving up and going home floods every ounce of my existence.
A successful debut for my yoga brand slips away, I am understaffed and way behind…
Hundreds of yogis, from all over the world, pour through the convention doors, and my heart sinks. I want to crawl under my lump of yoga t-shirts in my 10’X10′ space and disappear. My mind flies into self-sabotage-berating mode. “…this is a bad idea, no one likes your work, take the line and go home!”
Transformation of attitude
I use my yogi tools to stay calm. “Horses breath,” and a simple silent mantra, “…this is meant to be.” help me pull it together. Then, I approach one task after another until my inventory hangs neatly on my racks. Slowly, my pop-up space turns from a disaster to freaking awesome. So now, I can breathe…inhale, exhaaaale. Soon my frantic energy no longer scares potential customers away. Suddenly, Go OM Yourself generates some traffic. Beautiful yogis saunter in and out of my post. Then, in walks Stephanie. She checks out “the stuff,” and we talk. Before she leaves, she asks if I’m interested in doing an interview!
Encouragement and mindset as fuel
All of my doubts and fears fall away. With my yogi tools and positive feedback from Stephanie, I find the courage and stand hands-on-hips behind my brand. I dedicate the rest of the day to the idea of success. This shift in intention, and encouragement from Stephanie transforms my attitude. Thanks Stephanie!
Just a bit about Stephanie Spence…
Stephanie is the former CEO of Spence Communications, and has been featured on TV and editorially in books and magazines around the world. From literary journals to online global communities, she commits to igniting others’ desire to create a life of health and joy, through a sustainable practice of yoga for a lifetime of transformation.
Her latest book, Yoga Wisdom: Warrior Tales Inspiring You On And Off Your Mat, 2018 Nautilus Book Awards Winner, is available wherever fine books are sold. Currently Stephanie continues her travels around the world as she works on her next book.
Your Brand Story is Everything
Welcome to the GO OM YOURSELF POP UP STORE HOW TO – Your brand story is everything. Know this elemental key fact, and your store builds itself. Keep your brand image and purpose front and center of each item you select. Be sure all aspects of your pop up store design, speak to your brand mission. Everything from theme to product merchandising must connect. So that your pop up will not only be successful, but will turn heads, spark conversations and most importantly, generate sales.
Create A Unified Ambient Theme
For Go OM Yourself, it is important to blend our snappy irreverent tone with our high-vibe zen intentions. Something soft and inviting (like our shirts) is a must, but to stay true to who we are as a brand, the space also needs to have an edge to it. So I curate items that speak to both. I keep the colors soft and muted (like our shirts) and add fuzzy pillows and the gentle glow of faux candles. Buddha centerpiece is a given, as are mudras statues I found at World Market for cheap!
Pull Elements of Your Brand as Store Dressings
Since we are an eco-conscious company, I focus on natural wood bins and benches. Some plants and an asian wooden screen also send the eco vibe home. A rustic looking natural-fiber Indian area rug softens and adds to the coziness of the space.
Get Creative and Crafty
Street style and culture are huge inspirations for me, so framed photographs of our shirts featured in front of urban cityscapes add a nice touch. The grittiness of metal trash cans decorated with pop culture/graffiti stickers act as storage for our hoodies. Skulls are always an edgy ” go to” and drive the rock-and-roll yogi message further.
Stimulate Their Senses
Finally, for the senses, I burn some nag champa, and stream some Pink Floyd into the space.
Giveaways and Special Promotions
The final touch…temporary tattoos as promotional giveaways. A great calling card, that punches back to the rock and roll yogi market. Some other simple ideas for giveaways are business cards, quick beaded prayer bracelets, candy, branded-online coupons or instant discounts for each immediate Instagram follow.
The finished product was better than I had pictured in my head…the Go OM Yourself pop up store can literally be the place where the street meets the mat…for the rock-and-roll yogi soul.
Increase Sales and Brand Interest With Meaningful Merchandising
Consistent Color Theme Unifies Store and Creates Brand Recognition
Don’t Be Afraid to Invest in Giveaways…Be Sure Yours is Unique.
The debut of my Go OM Yourself pop up store is also my first Yoga Expo exhibitor experience. I am nervous and excited to finally unveil my brand IRL…into the world, outside of the safe confines of my office and computer screen.
Be prepared to be prepared
I am up before the sun on my way to to the Expo with two hours of sleep. My goal is to get there by 6am, set up my pop-up store and roll in the money. Because this is my first ever pop up event, I have a brand new untested structure. Also, I still need to package some of the merchandise. Although I am going on two hours of sleep, I know I’m pressed for time. But, I figure four hours will be enough time to get everything done. All I know, is the doors open at 10am, and I need my Go OM Yourself pop up to shine.
What not to do
I arrive to the venue, back into the loading dock and run into the Expo to check in, get my credentials and borrow a dolly. Then I race back to the van in the loading dock and pull on the back door handle to begin unloading. It’s locked. Next, I walk around to the driver’s side pull the door handle, it’s locked. On cue, my stomach rises into my throat, as I peer in the window and see the keys on the driver’s seat.
After a three-hour setback, and hiring a locksmith, I am weirdly calm, as I unload and start set up. There is only one hour for me to set up. Before I know it, it’s 10am. I begin to perspire and am the “opposite of calm” when the doors open. Then people start to wander into the venue. When my corner booth, right up front by the entry, is the first thing they see. It’s a complete disaster.
To really make it special, the Expo producer finds his way to my space and lectures me on set up protocol. “This needs to be cleared away, set up started at 6am…this is not..” I block out his voice. I want to cry. But there are no crybabies in business. So I push on, with my messy clump of a pop up. At this point I am ready to quit my yoga expo vendor experience…as it is turning out to be a nightmare.
When all else fails refer to yoga tools
I dig deep into my psyche and remember my yogi tools. I start with deep long inhales and slow exhales. Then I repeat my “go to” mantra “I can do this” and set my intention to simply just get the booth together. I manage to help a few customers while I assemble my space. By 11:30 my booth looked amazing! Better than I could have imagined!
Go OM Yourself shines. People love the look and feel of my store and adore the merchandise. I am exhausted, but adrenaline has me running on high. Oh Man, as the day progresses I am have a blast, make new friends, share my work and make a some sales.
The vibe on the Expo floor
The yogis at the Expo are amazing. Which makes the energy on the floor supportive and just overall bright. As the day progresses, I meet lots of really interesting people. As the new girl on the scene, I feel welcomed when some business savvy women share the “what” and “how” with me…thank you ladies.
There are lots of creatives: photographers, yoga teachers, writers, artisans and clothing designers. The thing that all of them have in common is their energy. There is a sense of “mutual support” that permeates the space. There is no competitiveness or judgey noses. It is quite a beautiful vibe…a total safe space.
The crowd’s willingness to spend…
We experience a lot of traffic in the store, and give away a bunch of promotional Go OM Yourself temporary tattoos. Sales are okay, but the overall feel of the crowd is that they don’t have money to spend. And if I’m being absolutely honest, I didn’t come close to breaking even. The 10×10 booth was about $1100, and I sold about $600. After accounting for the costs of renting a van, and the cost of my tent, racks, rug, photos, tattoos…I am beyond deficit for this venture. Not to mention the freaking expense of the locksmith.
I expected a much better turn out. Vendors were told there would be 10,000 attendees. Actually, there were only about 2000 maximum. Perhaps the Miami Yoga Expo has a bigger turnout. Because I am very proud to announce that, Go OM Yourself was INVITED to set up space in Miami for their show in March. I am honored Miami, and I sincerely hope I can make it happen. More on that front later.
Is Yoga Expo 2020 on the agenda?
Would I come back to Yoga Expo LA?…I’m not sure. Am I considering Miami Yoga Expo…more to revealed after I do some major research. For now I need to focus on markets that cap out at $150 for the day for the booth space. There are many factors that need to be examined to determine where the problem was with this event. For example: Are my prices too high? Lack of attendees?
Was it a bad idea to pay out $1100 for my first time out…most definitely.
The good news is I made some excellent contacts. Also, landed an interview with a Yoga influencer. Another thing is that I know the best way to put my booth together. And, that I absolutely love my setup. The experience allowed me to test how my brand is received by other yogis, and I learned I definitely like being “in the mix” selling my shirts. Talking to people and connecting with like-minded business women and yogis was the real takeaway here.
New Intentions, New Yoga Tanks On A Mission
Go OM Yourself Yoga Tank Top Store is live! And you are going to love the snappy rock-and-roll yogi vibe of these ultra- soft quality tank tops. An entire online store of soothing zen intentions for your rock-and-roll yogi soul. I bring an open heart and new intentions to this yoga tank top venture. To commemorate I offer the idea of a holistic closet cleanse. As I truly love the new line, and know you will too. It’s time to clear out the old to make space for your new yoga tanks.
The mission behind the line is to promote joy, bold individuality and a spiritual lifestyle to color your human experience with such a vengeance, that it takes your breath away on a daily basis.
Holistic Closet Cleanse – What You Need To Do
As a yogi thug, it is imperative that you refer to the most holistic method to clear space and let go. First inspect your closet, drawers, gym bag and yoga sacks for items that no longer bring you joy. Dump the old yoga tanks and tees that have sweat stains as well as those that may reek a bit. You know…the ones that “sound off” the second your body temp goes up? Yes. Gather those items and dispose of them, in one quick swoop. Just do it! Next, move on to shoes, pants and denim and ask yourself. “Does this item bring me joy?”
Be Honest With Yourself
Be one hundred percent honest with yourself. Letting go is hard, and honesty is key. When you wear the tank, jeans, or sweats in question, do you feel joy? If the answer is no, put them in a bag and transport to the nearest donation site. Watch as your space lightens and your psyche clears. It works…I promise.
Cleanse Energy and Calm With Essential Oils
Next sweep or vacuum the closet, wipe down the inside of your drawers. Don’t forget to throw your gym bag and yoga sack into the washing machine. If you have a Jade Yoga mat (my fave) you can just throw it in the washer as well. It’s always good measure give your yoga mat love. So whichever mat you own, give it a good cleaning, then wipe down with some diluted tea tree oil. Your next practice will be a fresh start, so set some new intentions.
Now if you’re slightly freaked out, don’t be. Do not think twice about the items you have “let go,” Rather, use essential oils to calm yourself, and clear the energy. Make some quick sachets for your closet and drawers. Repurpose socks from “the lonely socks club band” that would have otherwise been thrown away. Fill with a quarter cup of dry uncooked white rice that is doused with your favorite scent (four or five drops, and let oil dry). Cut away the majority of the length of the sock. Then use a rubber band to seal your sachet. Finally, finish with some twine or ribbon to add some charm. Or just use a few drops of oil on some card stock and stash accordingly. Congratulations your holistic closet cleanse is complete. How do you feel?
Check Out The Store Site
Now that your space is clear, and the musty energy is cleared from your closet/drawer space, you are ready to kick back and check out the Go OM Yourself Store Site. Take in the vibe see what the line is all about for yourself.
If you’re not registered on the store site be sure and subscribe to receive monthly deals and discounts. When you subscribe you will be emailed a 15% off coupon code for your first tank top purchase.
Be Kind To Yourself…Treat Yourself
Pick your favorite yoga tank or tanks, and be sure to check out our hoodie collection too. Winter is coming! Also browse our Aromatherapy Candle Collection. They are so delicious.
Be Kind To Others
Share a comment of the site. Let us know what you think. Share our site with your friends and fellow yogis. Finally, keep in touch! Follow us on Instagram and Facebook and all other social media. We love our tribe, and have a lot of fun on the socials. Join us…it feels so good to be connected with like-minded souls.
Thank you for all your support.
Stay super fine and always dance in the silvery light,
Xs and OMs
Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu is a Sanskrit mantra used in meditation and yoga for centuries.
“May all beings everywhere be happy and free, and may the thoughts, words, and actions of my own life contribute in some way to that happiness and to that freedom for all.”
Here’s a mini Sanskrit lesson for grins to further study this beautiful incantation:
lokah: location, realm, all universes existing now
samastah: all beings sharing that same location
sukhino: centered in happiness and joy, free from suffering
bhav: the divine mood or state of unified existence
antu: may it be so, it must be so (antu used as an ending here transforms this mantra into a powerful pledge
Try chanting this during your daily practices and see how you feel. OOOOO…and maybe you’ll even be able to witness how your mantra mack down affects those around you. So cool…
Love and kindness are free, so sprinkle that sh*t everywhere…
Xs and OMs
Stay super fine and always dance in the silvery light…
Go Om Yourself is for seekers.
As seekers, we have zero answers.
We cannot solicit how to find your Zen, or what to do with it. Because have no idea. However, we do know that the electrical charge that powers our cells, is where magic resides. With this knowledge we are able to reap our spiritual dividends by feeding the magic with magic.
As a humble tribe who considers our ride on this rock a learning experience, we feel and see all for the first time. Seeing from new and different perspectives keeps us in a perpetual state of wonder. For seekers, this is a gift. It keeps us receptive.
Things like a shade of blue in the sky, the perceived movement of a paint stroke or the notes in a song strike us HARD. These types of things smack us in the back of the neck, in the center of our heart, right into the nucleus of our cells that activates our hair-on-end reflexes.
Simply stated, we feel more.
Yoga, art, meditation, music, fragrance, humans, animals…all of it, have a heightened affect on us. As a result, our cell structure morphs; our hearts race. Other times, these things cradle us and dandle our hearts into a sleepy rhythmic drum beat. Outside stimuli courts our our insides, and brings us color, warmth, excitement and tears. As seekers of this tribe, we are synergistic to the planet…bound to a human environmental connection that is absolutely greater than the sum of its parts.
Sometimes this psychic/physiological connection with all that is, is a lot to process. But we welcome it as an antiseptic to keep each breath “new” …fresh.
Shoot, who knows, maybe, a clean canvas with every breath enables us to better receive our lessons, as we continue our job as hungry seekers of wonder…
We are just a sensitive bunch…with zero answers. As although the lessons are infinite, and we seek daily. We find that the more we learn, the less we know.
Xs and OMs,
Stay super fine and always dance in the silvery light.
A Loss of Sense of Self
I am suddenly nostalgic for the days of the Champagne-Supernova, when the Gallagher brothers were still brothers, and when the lyrics of “Black Hole Sun” didn’t take on such a literal meaning. Before social media and texting. When we had real phone conversations and real-life snapshots. Before the hipster, the whole foodie and the highly intellectualized Zen culture. Back when we were baby adults listening to Nirvana, Oasis and Soundgarden just testing the waters, trying to figure out what was bullshit, and what to do with it. It seems simple to say, but maintaining a solid sense of self back then was so much easier.
Sense of Self” In The Spray-Tanned Age of The Selfie
Years later I find myself in a different culture altogether. Through social media, our society has evolved (or devolved) into a civilization of obsessively groomed Facebook profiles (Facade Book?) and snarky Twitter feeds that exhibit (perfect) lifestyles. This is all served up by a generation that concedes such sophistication and intellect that “Snark” is their first language. It’s easy to feel a little “less than” in such a tough crowd, as it’s only natural to devalue our overall sense of self in comparison to these super smart, gorgeous souls living the ever-exclusive culture of cool. In this climate how is it possible to maintain grace and an honest “sense of self” in the spray-tanned age of the selfie?
Start with Surrendering.
Just throw your hands in the air, wave a white flag, or crank up some Nirvana and roll down your windows as you drive through your nearest hipster haven shooting the bird. Recognize that it is okay not be like the rest of the herd. It’s okay to not be that polished evolved person who knows more than the Food and Drug Administration or the American Medical Association and the Center for Disease Control. Shit, it’s even okay to be a Republican. Do what you feel…not what you’re bullied into feeling. It’s okay to take a reprieve and separate. Be imperfect, embrace your insecurities and wear them well.
Here’s the thing…
As modern women we rush to yoga and Pilates. We drink green drinks and lovingly massage our kale before feeding it to our macrobiotic bodies. This is good! Yes, be healthy. Make kale the new spinach in your life, just like everyone else. But don’t be afraid to color outside the lines of today’s idealistic boundaries.
Seriously you don’t want to miss the whole point of your yoga practice by wondering how many chaturangas and camel poses you have to do to be absolved for immunizing your kids…and feeding them McDonalds.
It’s all okay because what’s going to shine through is your courage and grace to be no one else but you…nothing else really matters.
Find Some Peace
Get rid of extraneous noise that comes from toxic chatter. Then dump people that plant bad seeds in your psyche. It’s up to you cultivate healthy mind crops for yourself, and those lucky enough to harvest those crops with you. Listen more. Speak less, or just be silent. Perhaps experiment with a separation from the constant hum and pull of social media for a few days. Read a book, write something, call someone or cook for yourself. Consider this short separation a chance to enchant your “self.” Who knows, sparks could fly, and you may really like (love) the person you find there. Just think…if you can be content in your own head, what an attractive place that would seem for others.
Look at it like this…
The selfie generation is out there pathologically snapping pictures in their bathroom mirror, because they NEED YOU TO SEE how _____ (thin, pretty, happy, rich…) they are. Meanwhile you’re romancing your sense of self by listening and learning. You are feeding your psyche and building energy that generates its fuel from within…no “likes” or outside validation needed. This “self-generated-light approach” kind of puts a whole new twist on the concept of “taking a selfie,” huh? Go with it…and maybe get some shades.
Be Humble, Kind and Cordial
Twerking, texting, selfies and sexting are the norm, leaving conversation and real connection hanging somewhere between the cliz-ub, cyberspace and the nearest 4G tower. Don’t misunderstand, it’s fun and OMG who doesn’t love a good bootie-shaking session? Shit, I’m twerking right now! It’s all good, sexting, texting, all of it, just don’t forget to genuinely connect with people. Give the term “I feel ya Bro…” some real fucking depth, by making eye contact when speaking to someone. Reach out and call someone for a change, and let him or her know you wanted to hear their voice.
Make Someone’s Day
You’ll find its feels good to make others feel good and it’s really simple to do too. Just try to add to the light that already surrounds you. Make a daily decision to double the amount of good energy around you by slowing down, smiling and noticing people. Ask the barista how she’s doing. Pay someone a compliment, or make a person’s day by leaving an anonymous note on a random parked car (careful, no creepy messages). Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “It is one of the most beautiful compensations in life, that no man can sincerely try to help another without helping himself.” He’s right. Try it and see.
Be Real Know Who You Are
Possibly the most important thing in cultivating a healthy sense of self is being real. Dump the ultra-posed selfie for the imperfect snapshot. Don’t be a freak show and walk around in full makeup ALL the time. That’s exhausting for everyone. Show your skin, and be kind to it. Speak the truth, and if that truth is not kind or necessary then…be silent. Find your passion and be true to it. Find your dream and make it real. Start a romance with your imagination. Take it out for date night often. Feed it good food (art, books, fear, love) to keep it nourished and hungry at the same time. Acknowledge your insecurities and let them go, by proving them false, as from now on, you only carry truth.
So now that you sparkle, and your solid “sense of self” is bumping and grinding with the universe, get out there and share what you got. Make the world a better place, shine on and go forth as you transmit the real meaning of “taking a selfie”
This article was picked up by RebelleSociety.com