Quitting social media is an easy decision after weighing the growing negative effects against the positive benefits. Stopping is simple and involves limiting exposure gradually and setting aside breaks to browse your feeds to successfully do a social media detox.
Until the early 2000s, personal and professional relationships were nurtured the same way for thousands of years. In-person meetings, phone calls, and written messages directly between people reinforced a personal connection. These relationships migrated to new platforms as social media dominated the second decade of the internet revolution. With all the advantages of keeping tabs on your tribe, there are many negative side effects.
Let’s explore some reasons you should quit social media. I’ll guide you through a detox’ and provide an action plan on how to move forward if you choose to use social media as a tool instead of a passive, entertainment addiction.
Is It Good To Quit Social Media?
When you quit social media, you’ll notice several mental and physical changes. Even your connection with technology evolves. But the largest transformation will occur in your social life. You will find a new view of your relationships and with yourself.
Globally, digital consumers are now spending an average of 2 hours and 23 minutes per day on social networks and messaging.
The first thing you gain without social media is more time in your day. We each have a million things we have to do each day. So if you’re an average user according to...Continue Reading >>