I absolutely loved this! I totally turned off all social media for a long time! was the best thing I ever did!! Even lately I haven’t had a lot of time for social media and I do mean even word press. I have been so busy in life accomplishing things and honestly it is great! and for years now instead of digging through needless post. I pick up good healthy books. the bible. I pick up so many useful things. I don’t miss all that useless time I use to be on social media. Just being honest. and it has been super nice making myself get off the box! it’s good to get hobbies. pick up side jobs. something productive you can show for your time. Instead of how many statues you liked. As we get older we think of time a little different then youngsters. Or I know I truly do. Are you investing your time wisely? I truly am trying to!
When bloggers and others talk about a social media break let’s be honest, we know they (we) are talking about Facebook. As far as social media goes, Facebook is the biggest time suck for most people. Not only that but Facebook has more information on you than anyone else and their tentacles reach into so many facets of the Internet, disconnecting from them for a while, or all together, is probably a pretty good idea.
You might be thinking to yourself, “I don’t spend that much time on Facebook” and while it may be true that you don’t spend a large, continuous block of time there I have a feeling you spend much more than you think. In the same way someone who wants to lose weight benefits from keeping a food diary, someone who is considering a break from social media should write down each time they log on…
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