Many of us Baby Boomers wonder how and when social media became such a staple in our daily lives. Some of us may shy away from this millennium’s digital overload by firmly clutching to the days of flip phones and emoji-less text messages. For others, evolving social media can be found in the palm of our hands with the touch of an app. No matter where you fall on the social media spectrum, you can recognize that it has made our world more connected – smaller even. We use Facebook to connect with our long-lost friends and relatives, Twitter to check for news around the world, our iPhones to Facetime our grandchildren who live miles away, and Yelp to check out if a restaurant is worth the drive.