I am sharing a post from my cousin’s blog concerning an effort to reduce time on social media and the internet. I am not going cold turkey but plan to use this as an opportunity to reduce time on social media. It does seem ironic to use a blog as a way to reduce time plugged in but I guess that is way things work.
I spend a lot of time on the internet. I am addicted to Facebook, probably Instagram, too, and I love to read blogs. I do have a Twitter account, but thankfully I can’t quite figure out how to use it, so I don’t spend too much time on that at this point.
Don’t judge me. I am a stay-at-home mom, and I get bored sometimes. I enjoy the adult interaction that the internet affords me. Anyway, don’t act like you aren’t on Facebook all day, too. I see you on there.
All jokes aside, though, I do recognize that this is a problem. My children are growing up so fast, and I don’t want to waste a minute. I don’t want to be crabby when they interrupt me when I am reading my “friend’s” latest rant or the funny meme someone just shared. I want to be present in
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