April 25


The Power of Social (Media) Distancing

By Peter Julian

Scrolling through social media, even if done for brief periods of time throughout the day, can really add up over the years. You will probably end up spending far too much time in the social media world. You can distance yourself from it and focus on your life in the real world. It may seem hard, especially right now when so much is uncertain, but you will still feel those feelings of comparing yourself to others. Make sure you unplug for a while, and focus on yourself.

Key Takeaways:

  • Having time and space away from the hustle bustle and usual noise of our busy lives can make decluttering easier.
  • Even if their Instagram feed is filled with happy moments, they’ve had other moments, days, months, or even years that were filled with struggle.
  • There’s nothing wrong with choosing to scroll, but be honest with yourself about whether time on your phone can actually fulfill what you truly desire.

“I don’t want to spend my minutes, hours, days, and years getting sucked into the social media vortex”

Read more: https://tinybuddha.com/blog/the-power-of-social-media-distancing/

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