Social media is great, Facebook is has changed the way we do everything and Twitter allows us to really express ourselves in 140 character or less, but … there is too much social media out there! Sometimes, I feel like there is so much information coming at me, it can be overwhelming, so why not break up with social media for a few weeks?
1 Your Phone Won't Hold You Hostage
2 Productivity? You'll Be Better at It …
3 You'll Be More Connected to Your Friends and Family
4 You'll Actually Stop and See the World
5 Creativity? It'll Happen More!
6 You'll Feel Clearer
7 You'll Have a Ton More Time
8 It Will Allow You to Focus in on What Really Matters
9 Drama? It's Way Less
10 You'll Have a Fresh Look on Life
11 You'll Actually Be Able to Hear People Tell You Their News
12 You Won't Have to Plug in Your Phone Nearly as Much
13 You Can Have a Conversation without Picking up Your Phone
14 Your Brain Will Thank You for the Break
15 You Forget about Snap, Silent Judgments Because of a Status Update
16 The Anxiety of 'answering Every Message' within 30 Seconds Goes Away
17 Your Friends Won't Know Everything That is Going in Your Life … Forcing Them to Call You
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Cecilia Imma do it for a week. Let's do this!
Sussie I been thinking bout this hard !!!!
Erica2784 Best decision ever! Now when I'm out and see people with their head in their phone, I feel bad for them. They are missing out on the moment! Something you'll never get back!
Eileen I don't be on FB. As much I'm only on it at night but not every night and I quite daytime now and find a lot more time to get things done that are more important to me and I'm much more happier now as social media don't know as much about me ...😊👏👍
Ev I deleted Facebook a month or so ago and am so glad. I don't miss it at all. Just have Instagram
stargazr0m31 We can't change the technology but it can sure change us!
Lily I actually misread this and thought it said breaking up over social media lol. But I don't think I could ever do this
Kelli FB is great for a lot of people, but I'm not a fan. I've sort of grown out of it to be honest.
Pinkz planning to do this soon!
Amber Best decision ever!! I saw who was really in my life!
Julianne Deleting my Twitter was a very good decision, and I have saved so much time
Melissa I deleted my Facebook, & I'm glad I did. I feel happy without it. Too much drama..
Gaby_ I quit facebook years ago and I never regretted it, best decision ever.
Len I only have one social media account (FB), got rid of it for few months now. I felt good about it. I felt so much freedom of not letting anyone know what's happening in my life.
Starstalk I used to spend a lot of time on social media.But got rid of it when I was 20.I t felt so good to be not caring about what other people are doing or commenting and to be out in the world .I am 23 now.I am having the happiest life with great friends and family..Instead of using social media when bored ,now I go for road trips in my convertible or listen to music or hang out with friends and family..Its so much more fun for me this way.But everyone are different.
Maria You don't have to quit social media, just be responsible by means of time management.
Rebecca I deleted my Facebook, tumblr, instagram, etc but my family really wanted me to make a new fb so I could talk to them all and I got sucked back in. Don't be afraid of social media though, just know how to use it appropriately and in moderation. Social networking is a GOOD thing, my friends.
Samantha Got rid of social media about 8 years ago when I was 15 years old, I'm 23 years old and still don't have it. Seems to surprise other people more then it surprises myself.. Don't want it lol couldn't care less actually !
GGBoline Quitting Instagram was probably the greatest decision that I made in my high school life. I had so much more time, and it helped me to really not care about what other people think.
Sanaa I tried this and it worked omg it was goood but then i got back