Self Care, Self Improvement

Digital Detox in 10 Steps

I wrote a post about how quitting social media improved my life (Quitting Social Media Might Help You Live a More Fulfilling Life). This post buy another blogger gives some great tips on how to do it along with other benefits.

Digital Detox is a method to stop the excessive use of digital platforms such as Social Media, Gaming, Netflix, etc. The best way to Digital Detox is to avoid using digital media, take some hobbies, connect with nature, bond with family and friends. The result of Digital Detox is physical and mental wellbeing of the person. This also boosts productivity and efficiency to do work.

Digital Detox in 10 Steps

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6 thoughts on “Digital Detox in 10 Steps”

  1. Yes! Last year, before COVID hit us, I took the plunge and got rid of all my social media. It felt odd at first, took some getting used to – it’s one of the best decisions I’ve ever made! I feel like I do more worthwhile things with my time. I’m not exposed to toxic attitudes or reminders of things that depress me. Plus, it just makes you feel untethered and free.

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    1. Same here. Life got really busy for me so I lost track with Facebook and never went back because I find I’m doing a lot more meaningful things rather than wasting my time scrolling and getting distracted by many different things that I don’t even really care about. Thank you for your comment and for visiting. I appreciate it 🙂

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