Why I quit social media for a year, and what I learnt

Social media is designed to be addictive, which is what makes it so difficult to control. As an experiment, the author quit social media for a year, with the following results – (a) an ability to learn more deeply and create more (b) a learning that you don’t actually miss out (c) quitting superficial relationships in favour of real relationships and (d) an increase in happiness.


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