How Twitter Can Help You Cope With Christmas Stress

How Technology Changed My Life - I joined Twitter And Now I'm A Girl!

At last something good has come out of Donald Trump’s shock election to the White House.

Frustrated and depressed by the fiasco at the US polls, “Weird Twitter” comedian Jomny Sun has created a new Twitter bot named tiny care bot.

It’s role? To send you sweet little self-care reminders every hour with uplifting emojis.

Never negative, sometimes necessarily repetitive, and always helpful – @tinycarebot is here for you as you run around madly shopping questioning why it’s all worth it.

Most of the reminders revolve around drinking water, resting your eyes by looking away from the computer, stretching, taking a walk if you can, admiring nature for a second, taking deep breaths, and messaging your friends.

And it always says please because @tinycarebot is polite. Jomny even polled his ever-expanding army of loyal followers to find out how often they want messages of self-care.

Of the 1645 people who took it, 30 per cent wanted a reminder from tiny care bot every hour.

Here’s just a few examples of what’s in store for you when you come on board with more than 40,000 others at the time of writing.

Robyn Foyster
Robyn Foyster is the owner and publisher of Women Love Tech. She is CEO of AR Tech and helped develop it new shopping app Sweep. An award-winning journalist and former Editor-In-Chief of The Australian Women's Weekly. She is also the owner and publisher of and Robyn runs her own media business, Foyster Media. She was a judge of the 2018 & 2017 Telstra Business Awards. CEO of AR Tech and helped develop the Sweep app.