Email subject: How to use social media more mindfully during lockdown – expert tips
Hi (insert name)
I hope you’re really well? I’m working with Daisy Morris, the founder of The Selfhood. Daisy is an advocate of using social media mindfully. She believes (a controversial opinion) that during the pandemic, social media (particularly Instagram) has been a positive for many people, helping drive positive change and fostering supportive micro-communities.
She is available for interviews, articles and quotes around topics such as:
- In defense of social media – how it has been a positive force during the pandemic
- Social media has got a bad rep from recent documentaries – here’s why you shouldn’t delete all your apps
- Tips on how to consume social media mindfully (especially if you need it for a business)
- Tips on how to use social media ‘socially’ instead of being a voyeur
Please let me know if any of these would be of interest to chat to Daisy about?
Daisy Morris is a digital marketing and social media specialist and Founder of The Selfhood. The Selfhood is an online platform giving business owners and individuals the confidence to approach social media with a human and community lead mindset. Daisy has been working in the digital space for over 5 years, collaborating with Gen-Z’s favourite fashion brands and the U.K’s leading lifestyle and hospitality brands.
Despite the advice of everyone around her she quit her 9-5 and started The Selfhood with zero savings or plan B after identifying a space to turn data in to creative, and insight lead campaigns. Daisy said: ‘I’m a big fan of taking breaks and filling up your cup before creating. It’s really easy to consume more than you create and regurgitate info based on what you THINK you should be creating vs what you want to be creating and when that happens it really shows. I will now take days offline when I’m uninspired rather than feeling a pressure to constantly show up because it becomes so apparent when things aren’t working’