By Paul Morrone CFP®, CPA, MSA
I’ve been a laggard when it comes to embracing social media as part of everyday life, but I’ve recently come around. Realizing the career destroying potential of an unflattering picture, a controversial post or being tagged in something completely out of my control, I decided that a hands-off approach was the best way forward. Now that I’m in my 30s and a little more ‘grown up,’ my outlook has changed. Even more surprising is that my friends have grown up, too. My newsfeed, which was previously full of college party pictures, is now filled with pictures of friends traveling, work related content, family photos and, of course, a barrage of baby photos from parents and grandparents alike.