“There is nothing more important than being present in your real, actual, life.” – Terri Cole
How much time do you think that you will have spent by the end of your life on social media or your device?
It may shock you. The Bureau of Labor and Statistics projects that on average, you will spend six years and eight months on social media.
Anything taking up that much of your time deserves a conversation on boundaries. And don’t be fooled, I am not talking down on social media, but in today’s episode I am speaking about how proper boundary setting with social media and technology can be a good thing, giving you both a healthier life and mind.
- 04:20 How does social media make you feel?
- 05:58 Being aware of where you’re spending your time online
- 06:30 Your brain’s response to social media engagement
- 08:00 Positive aspects of social media
- 11:11 Creating senses of inferiority, inadequacy, and FOMO
- 11:54 The tie between loneliness and social media
- 16:32 What are your boundaries with your device?
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