Being online is pretty important in business. It’s proven to be the best ways to market yourself and your services these days. As we all know, everyone spends a great deal of their time online in this day and age. So, you find it easier to get people to notice you once you are putting yourself out there on social media. Plus, it’s fun and a great way to share with your friends. However, too much of anything is not good for you.
When on social media, we tend to spend more time than we should. I could get on Facebook for a specific purpose and then end up spending an hour just scrolling through memes and funny videos. Is it just me? We should take intentional time away from social media just for the sake of our mental health.
Here are some reasons social media detoxes are important
Social media is a wonderful tool, but that’s all it is. It’s a tool. It shouldn’t become our life. It shouldn’t be something that we obsess over. It should be something that we use with moderation and nothing more.
I’m not saying that this is an easy task to accomplish, but it’s definitely worth it. Once you have that balance, you’ll realize just how much social media has taken over your life.
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A blog written by Rikki Parker, our Writer and Communications Executive.