I cannot remember the last time I spent only forty minutes on my phone in a single day. Without social media there isn’t much for me to look at on my phone, it’s simply become a form of communication like it was originally designed to be.Continue reading “Social Media Detox: Day 2”
The pull towards my phone is unmistakable. Every empty second is filled with the desire to reach towards that little black box and begin scrolling. How useless it is to fill valuable time with useless information like the for you page on Instagram. There’s no meaning to the time spent scrolling, it utterly wasted time and yet that draw is so strong. I’ve spent a lot of time today on my phone checking my emails a thousand times, scrolling through my photos, looking at Snapchat even though there’s nothing to look at.Continue reading “Social Media Detox: Day 1”
I made a decision to delete all my social media apps.Continue reading “Social Media Detox”
It’s okay to not know.
It is completely human to see your situation and to feel as if everything is spinning out of control. We are all desperate for some fraction of control. Desperate for a sense of security, no matter how false it is.Continue reading “Beauty In Not Knowing”
Distance does not matter when there is connection.Continue reading “Over Any Distance”