If you had to guess how much time you spend online, what would you guess? A 2015 study suggests that we each spend an average of two hours a day on the web. Between sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Snapchat, our personal profiles and information are visible and can be viewed by others all over the internet. Sometimes, we may discover information about ourselves that we wouldn’t want potential employers and co-workers to have access to (like that old blog you created 15 years ago, or your outdated, original Myspace page). In our digitally-centered lives, we should ensure that our online presence is curated and professional. Your social media profiles are part of your personal “brand” where you advertise and highlight your defining characteristics.