Listen now (4 mins) | I never thought I’d need a social media detox, but here I am. Last night, I deleted my social media apps. That includes Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, LinkedIn, and Clubhouse. As I type this out, I realize that I’m pretty active on 5/6 of those. I’m barely on Clubhouse but deleted it in case I felt compelled to go there to get my dopamine hit.
Nisha, well done! You have hit the nail right on the head! I can totally resonate with the need to totally disengage from the Matrix and it is wonderfully liberating to say the least. Thank you for the inspiration and say it like it is! 😊
I have been meaning to take a break from social media recently and just haven't committed. You inspired me to go for it. I deleted the IG app (IG is the only social media platform I use) from my phone this morning. I ALWAYS feel so wonderful during and after a break from social media. It encourages me to do little things for myself more often, like go out on my patio and tend to my plants or do a short yoga video, which feels a million times better than scrolling through IG. Thanks for the inspiration <3
I am all in favor of your long-form pieces (they are what drew me to you originally), so if that means I’ll see you less on IG/TT, so be it!
If I/we/your community can help support your detox, please reach out!
Oooh! Proud of you for doing this! It’s something I often think about doing but have yet to… maybe someday!
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