Busting Free Of Social Media Thinking [Blog Motivation]

Blog Mindset

Online slavery.

When we go online and login into our social media account, can be fun.

Then you feel stuck in trying to be (all the time) perfect to others.

Using social media to show yourself can hurt your human function, oneself, or brain waves.

Exhaustion.

Trying to be seen or get social attention can exhaust you in work.

Social media can drain your work values or limit your creative reason.

  • Busting free technic restrain the use of social media and take a rest from it.

Dopamine.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that stimulates the rewards. Rewards are great, who doesn’t want to be satisfied? If the reward and satisfaction are shallow, then you will end up pursuing superficial things. You only appreciate the facade.

  • Busting free technic delete accounts, you don’t use (100% deletion) and don’t turn back. Appreciate yourself and don’t lower yourself.

Serotonin.

Serotonin covers your feelings, learning, plus how you discern yourself, people, and things around you.

In other words, your learning ability is affected negatively.

  • Busting free technic login and update your stats only when needed once in a while (2 times in a month) and maintain control.

Motivation.

When limiting the use of social media or bypass only the social part can increase your time in blog developing and improving your writing skills.

Discovering and learning new things can be the breakthrough needed to take your life, blog, or business to the next level.


Conclusion.

Social media is fun. The other side of it is that social media can have a limiting factor in our life.

When we feel like a digital zombie (online slave) and you want to break free then use mine 3 busting technics.

  1. Restrain.
  2. Delete.
  3. Control.

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