Over the last few days, I was pretty much off the grid. I had my blog posts scheduled, my Facebook group posts scheduled, and no reason to get on social media. It was some of the most restful and relaxed days I’ve had in a long time.
It has me thinking about how much I’m on social media and how going on really does change how my day is going, mostly for the worst. Since I’ve been “back on the grid” I’ve found myself automatically starting to go to Facebook during a lull in work. Oh how quickly we fall back into our habits.
Thankfully, I’ve stopped myself almost every time. So, I think I’m going to try and limit myself to getting on once a day. Maybe scheduling posts as well.
Have you ever tried to limit your social media intake? Was it a hard transition?
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