3 thoughts on “I Deleted My Social Media Accounts| Lifestyle

  1. Alli B | On the Trip Side March 11, 2022 / 4:58 pm

    I love this SO much. I also have a love/hate relationship with IG (…mostly hate). I took 2.5 months off and was that happiest I’d ever been. I unfollowed and muted a good chunk, which sounds terrible, but my mental health can’t take it. I also have a time limit… which I never meet cause I hate it there. Haha!

    It’s FANTASTIC you recognized the signs and took action. Wishing you the best in your journey! 💕

    Alli B | http://www.onthetripside.com

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  2. Journey March 13, 2022 / 12:40 am

    Great post! This is so relatable. I have a rollercoaster relationship with social media. I go periods were I don’t post at all but I will look at my newsfeed. I recently got more active since the pandemic hit, but I mostly post on my story (IG & FB). I just started my Twitter and I am slowly, but surely figuring it out. I use Snap as well, but I treat each app differently. I am trying to work up the courage to post on an actual picture on my IG page (I have not posted since 2020). I have stopped worrying about looking like Influencers because Influencers don’t really look like Influencers in real life. Social media is really just a big fantasy world where everyone is just trying to get in where they fit in anyways. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Lily-Anne March 14, 2022 / 12:56 pm

    I most definitely hate when I download the Instagram app again just to quickly “catch up” on what I’ve missed over time and find myself spending 5+ hours watching videos that Instagram recommends me and not realizing it >_<

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