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  • maybe my dog, but no need to adjust your system this song on the Jack because it hits strong fist.

  • Far ever gonna set making bits Just help me get in line because of this law.

  • So I deleted Twitter a couple of weeks ago, not my account altogether, because I don't want someone to steal my handle.

  • Thea, all of my tweets.

  • I don't use it anymore.

  • Twitter.

  • It's overall, full of extremely stupid people.

  • Like some mornings, I would just open Twitter and get triggered within the first minute, like scrolling on my feet every month or almost every week.

  • At this point, somebody gets canceled.

  • I feel like all the drama there is very forced because people just don't have anything else to talk about.

  • So they just create drama by force.

  • I also noticed that I really started to care about numbers.

  • They're like followers and likes and retweets, which is really ugly, like I don't wanna be like that.

  • You know, I don't want likes and followers be something that I value as a person.

  • I don't want it to be something important in my life.

  • Like, let's say I'd get a banker tweet right 300 likes 40 retweets.

  • I would be happy.

  • That means Raffi happy.

  • But then the next day, if my tweet only got like 50 lengths, I would be sad.

  • I'd be like Oh my God, what happened?

  • What did I do wrong?

  • And I know that some people like, subconsciously care about it even more than that, but they just don't want to admit it.

  • They don't want to admit that they are addicted to social media.

  • In short, I don't want to be someone that cares about that.

  • I don't want that to be something that's constantly on my mind.

  • I don't want likes to be something that I value.

  • And this is not just applicable to Twitter.

  • It's on every social media E.

  • I told myself that I needed to get rid of at least one social media.

  • I was really hesitating if it should be Instagram or Twitter, but we really enough.

  • I never cared about numbers on Instagram as much as I did on Twitter, so I deleted Twitter shortly after that.

  • Also, ticktock.

  • Because I was spending ungodly amounts of time there instead of making content of my own, I feel like I'm still trying to figure out this whole social media situation.

  • I'm still like I'm taking baby steps.

  • Okay, The deletion of Twitter was just like a baby step, but I don't think I'm ever gonna delete Instagram because, especially as a content creator, it is difficult to really get rid of all of your social media because I enjoyed making videos on YouTube, but it is quite important to have at least one additional social media I feel like, if you're not as Bigas fucking peut pie.

  • Also, I know some people that, like, live through social media in the sense that every single thought they have throughout the day they just tweeted without even thinking it through.

  • If it's appropriate or not, they just, like, post everything on Twitter.

  • So, like, take this for example, right?

  • This is an amazing view.

  • Okay?

  • E can't soon.

  • I'm sorry.

  • This this is a beautiful view, but if your first thought when you see that view is Oh, my God, that would be an incredible instagram post like that, You know, like I don't think it's healthy to live every single moment of your life through social media, you know?

  • And I'm not trying to say Stop using social media altogether.

  • That's not even something I preach.

  • I'm just like a t least trying to think if all you want to do all day is switching between tabs and nothing else, you know, like for how much longer do you want to keep doing that?

  • Like if I didn't delete Ticktock and Twitter, I wouldn't have been able to make myself spend less time on those APS.

  • I mean, we're all familiar with this little emotion right here.

  • It makes you develop a habit that you didn't even want to develop in the first place.

  • The algorithm is getting better on each app.

  • You have and knows exactly what it needs to show you to keep you looking at the screen longer.

  • And it's not just the fact that it was killing my productivity or my creativity.

  • It's more like it changes people's behaviors.

  • It messes up your priorities.

  • One thing I did a long time ago was disabling all my notifications on these platforms because once you get into one notification, once you start looking at the screen fast forward and you've been scrolling ticktock for the past 1.5 hours.

  • You could I don't have anything.

  • Thank you.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah, right.

  • 20 years old, right now about to be 21 because it's 2021 on.

  • I was born in the best year ever.

  • Um, the point is, I think I'm really in the point in my life where I'm thinking about a lot of stuff thoroughly.

  • Uh, there's a lot of stuff going through my mind.

  • It's constantly like, What do I want to do in life?

  • What do I want from life?

  • What do I want to achieve?

  • Where am I headed to some of these questions.

  • I don't have the answer, but I finally accepted that.

  • And I'm just gonna do stuff that feels right, Nephew Puff.

maybe my dog, but no need to adjust your system this song on the Jack because it hits strong fist.

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Why I Hate Social Media

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/02/14
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