When I’m not thinking about the thoughts I’m having, I can easily find ways to share them with the world.
And one of those ways is via Twitter, which recently launched the hashtag “thoughtful shower thoughts.”
But is it a useful way to share thoughts that aren’t really thoughts?
Let’s take a look at what “thoughtfully” is all about and why it’s so helpful.
What is it?
The hashtag was created by social media pioneer @mariejanejones.
It was created after a woman told @mariettejones, her friend, about how she had to use her iPhone to tweet the hashtag.
It’s a clever way to make your thoughts more visible to your followers and to help you stay on top of what you’re thinking about.
“This is how we can all be more thoughtfully tweeting,” tweeted @marienajones.
“I am thinking about my day at work, my kids’ soccer game, the weather, my dog, my car and my life.”
It’s been around for a couple of years and since then has been trending on Twitter, and has even started to gain traction in the U.S. It has also been used by a number of celebrities including Miley Cyrus, and by comedian Stephen Colbert.
“Think about it: you’re using your phone to tweet about a thing that is happening right now,” said Colbert in the “Think About It” segment of the 2017 Colbert Report.
The Twitter app requires you to create a profile for yourself and then sign in.
The profile is the only way to be seen in the app, and to be able to interact with other users.
When a user has an account on Twitter they can follow anyone, but they can’t interact with anyone else.
The only way you can see your friends is through their profile.
And even then, it can be difficult to get to see your favorite tweets.
So the next time you want to share a thought or idea, don’t do it by just tweeting it to everyone in the world, tweet it to yourself.
This is a great way to get your thoughts out there and to show that you’re thoughtful.
“I’m not going to post it because you’re too busy doing it to do it.
I’m going to tweet it because it’s a thought,” said @mariaynejones about the hashtag, “thoughtfulness shower thoughts” on Twitter.
And while there are plenty of reasons to use the hashtag on Twitter and elsewhere, some users have used it to share the thoughts of others, and even other people.
For example, a Twitter user named @sarah_taylor used the hashtag to share her own thoughts on how she was feeling after spending time at a concert with her husband.
In addition to sharing her thoughts, she also tweeted them to @sherlie_walt and @matthe_powell.
It turned out that the Twitter user who tweeted them, @saroslaura, was also using the hashtag when tweeting her own thought.
“Wow, she was actually tweeting thoughts of me, too,” said the Twitter fan.
“It was really cool to see her doing it, and then to hear my own thoughts and hear her voice.”
She also shared a video of herself using the phrase to share what she was going through after spending an hour with her dad at a music festival.
But why should you use the #thoughtfulness hashtag to tell others about your thoughts?
Because it can also be used to share other thoughts.
Twitter’s @mariuak wrote a lengthy article in the September 2017 edition of Wired Magazine, titled Why I use the Thoughtfulness hashtag and why other people do it as well.
“What I like most about this hashtag is that it makes a lot of people feel really good, and that it is very much a conversation, and I love that,” he said.
“It is a way to find out what’s going on with other people’s thoughts, because that’s the only place you can be truly heard,” he added.
“If you’re tweeting to yourself, there is no way to know if someone else is listening to what you are saying.
And so that’s really good for social justice, that it gets a lot more people to engage with that kind of conversation.”
And @mariamyorker tweeted that the hashtag was the perfect tool for sharing her own experiences of depression and anxiety.
“One of the reasons I like using the thoughtfulness hashtag is because it gives people the opportunity to share their thoughts in a way that isn’t immediately obvious,” she wrote.
“For example, when someone shares their thoughts, you can follow up with a question or a comment and see if you can relate to that thought.”
And @lil_jessica_mackenzie said she uses the hashtag because it “helps me feel more like a