#FollowFriday not on Friday

As our world is becoming more and more modern, it is no longer unique or unusual to get involved into the digital world. We buy, pay, communicate and entertain ourselves via technologies. Fortunately, it helps to save our precious time, introduces to fields or activities that we might never tried before and even lets to follow some fascinating people from all around the world. One of the ways to do that is to follow people from different environments on Twitter.

My personal top 5 of people that I follow:

Emma Watson– an extremely intelligent actress, model, feminist and activist. While working on film projects Watson continued her education at Brown University and Worcester College, Oxford and Brown  (a bachelor’s degree in English literature). Also, she collaborated with Burberry and Lancome. In 2014 she was appointed as a UN Women Goodwill Ambassador and helped launch the UN Women campaign HeForShe, which calls for men to advocate gender equality. I follow Emma Watson because, to my mind, she is and should be an inspiring authority figure for every young woman or man who seeks education, independence and peace in this world.

@EmWatson Joined Twitter in 2010

Dalia Grybauskaitė– the President of Lithuania, politician, diplomat, former Minister of the Republic of Lithuania and the Vice-Minister, the European Union Commissioner. Dalia Grybauskaitė is the first female President and the very first President of Lithuania to be re-elected for a second consecutive term. I follow her because I care about who is the actual Government of my country. Also, she is a highly influential woman power figure.

@Grybauskaite_LT Joined Twitter in 2012

Jolita Vaitkutė– a young Lithuanian artist who creates art from basically everything. Starting with illustrations and drawings and finishing with food (usually she does portraits of famous people from politics/art/show business world). I follow her because she inspires me. Jolita is the same age as I am, she is a student as well, yet, she already started to create a recognisable name as her individual brand. Also, some of her tweets are hilarious. Even though, that she doesn’t have a lot of followers on Twitter, (she has more on other social media) I believe that one day she will be really famous. It is interesting to see from the very beginning, how a young person becomes something big because of his own ideas and hard work.

@jolitavaitkute Joined Twitter in 2014

Jarrome Jarre- is a French man who became famous for his Vines and Snapchat stories. Jarre is a truly inspiring person, who wants to make this world a better place for all human and non-human beings. Mostly he tweets photos from different part of the world. Sometimes he travels, sometimes hosts some events or volunteers in third-world countries. But there is one thing that he always does- he smiles. Jerome wants  to help people to achieve their goals and be as happy as he is.

@jeromejarre Joined Twitter in 2011

God– Hilarious account. No explanation needed.

@TheTweetOfGod Joined Twitter in 2010

 A person that I recommend to follow for everyone:

Brandon Stanton– is an American best-selling author (photojournalistic book Humans of New York), photographer, and blogger. His idea is now well known all around the world as some other people happily adapted it (blogs or pages on Facebook Humans of Amsterdam, Humans of Vilnius and much more). Stanton is a strikingly talented person who manages to convince people to tell their deepest life stories and even let him take photos of them, even though that the whole world is going to see those photos. In my opinion, he is one of the best examples of nowadays freelancing journalism.

@humansofny Joined Twitter in 2011

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