"I'll just hop on social media for five minutes."
Have you said that recently? Did it turn into two hours instead?
My instincts are telling me you may not have felt very refreshed or happy when you were done.
Too much information. Too many opinions. Not enough time.
You can barely remember what you were doing or thinking before you started your social binge.
You may use social media to feel less alone, but using it doesn't feel good in your soul.
It's not your fault. And it's not about self-control. Social media companies create apps from top to bottom to keep you using, regardless if it's actually beneficial for you.
We crave emotional relationships
Whether in person or online, people want to reach out and get to know each other. It's a natural and necessary process in our lives. Many times, however, when a screen comes between us, the connection feels less genuine, more forced. Assumptions and miscommunications can lead to frustration, anxiety and negative experiences.
You need real human connection and support to change your social media habits.
No group classes or membership sites. This is one-on-one coaching. A real person to hold your hand and keep you accountable.
No need to delete your social media accounts
Imagine incorporating the following healthy habits in your life, with ease, when you use social media less.
- Being present with family and friends.
- Increasing productivity and focus at work.
- Time for old and new hobbies.
- Better in-person conversations.
- Increased energy and decision-making skills.
- Space to daydream and create new goals for yourself.
- If you have kids, showing them what responsible social media habits look like.
How would you feel if your habits let you control your media consumption? What intentions could you see to fruition with your extra focus and time?
I have an assortment of tools and techniques I have built into a coaching course made just for you. A course that will make a big difference in your day-to-day life, whenever you are confronted with a screen.