Friday 9 October 2020

Pulling Back From Social Media

So, like many people, I have found myself scrolling endlessly on my “social media feeds” just to see what I can see.

I have also responded to check out the notifications of “this person posted this” or “that person posted this in such-and-such a group.”

I have come to the realization that all of this is a giant waste of time and mostly . . . I don’t care.

I still want to know what people are up to and I still will post what I am doing on social media. I will just limit the time I spend on social media.

I will post what I post in the morning, and then not check my social media feeds until the next day . . . at the same time.

I have removed the apps for social media from my iPad (I never had it on my phone). I have kept the messaging app, so that people can still message me whenever.

I am just done with the endlessly looking at this cat video or that styled and looking for attention selfie.

And I’m okay with that . . . call me old fashioned if you wish, but I am just pulling back from social media, not breaking up with it.

As always: Keep your head up, your attitude positive and keep moving forward!

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