*THIS WAS MADE FOR A UNIVERSITY PROJECT ONLY*
Pause is a ‘lifestyle’ publication in support of Mind Charity for those who need to escape from social media and re-connect with reality again especially with this digital era continuously growing. The inspiration behind this came from my own
experience with being addicted to social media as well as from The 1975 and the book ‘Why Social Media is Ruining your Life’ by Katherine Omerod.
Social media addiction is real, and it’s become completely normal. However, people aren’t fully aware that it’s causing mental health problems. Pause publication is about helping the
audience to cope with this developing technological world by encouraging the 18-24 year olds to utilise their social media usage. The central theme of Pause is spreading awareness in a friendly, non-polarising way; through interviews, photoshoots
and articles collaboratively encouraged from our audience from all backgrounds. This is cohesively bringing people together, allowing the audience to feel at ease to share their stories without
a fear of judgement. Screen your screens.