Have you ever taken a cleanse from social media?


Have you ever taken a cleanse from social media?
Last week, the United States celebrated its independence. In honor of that event, I chose to declare my independence by taking a social media cleanse.

I know that social media has become an integral part of our lives, allowing us to connect with friends, stay updated with news, and express ourselves. But the constant bombardment of information and the addictive nature of these platforms can often leave us feeling overwhelmed and drained.

Although I may have commented on a post or two, I didn’t really engage or post myself.

Let me just say, it was refreshing. So, how can you successfully take a cleanse break from social media?

👉 Recognize the need for a break: I found myself spending way too much time reading and commenting that my actual work was suffering.

👉 Set clear goals and boundaries: I decided to not post on any of my business platforms for one week.

👉 Find alternative activities: Read a book, play with the dogs, or clean your closets. Just find something else to do so you don’t feel the need to login.

👉 Reevaluate your social media habits: Make sure you know “why” you post and interact when you get back online. Set some boundaries for your social media usage.

And if you want to go HARD CORE with your cleanse you can do some other things as well.

Remove the apps from your phones and let all your connections know you are going dark. I chose to not do this, but I know others who have.

So if you “take a cleanse,” be prepared to come back recharged, refocused, and in better control over your social media time.

Go make a difference in someone’s life today!

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