Working your ass off to reach that next milestone on your social media. Posting multiple times a day, liking dozens upon dozens of photos and commenting on every Tom, Dick and Harry’s account just to get your account noticed. It is hard work, and I realised… it doesn’t have to be.
Now. This seems to be a bit of a tough topic when I discuss this with friends and family. But let’s just tackle this one together.
Back in 2008 I was browsing online, researching for a project I was doing for college when I stumbled across something I have never seen before. A Blog…
When I was a little girl, I wanted to be a nurse. Or was it a dancer? Perhaps, a policewoman? I'm not 100% sure to be honest. If I were to ask my parents if they could remember what it was I wanted to be when I was a child, I am sure they would have no idea because I know myself that it changed all the time.
A few months ago I stumbled across an article in a magazine that discussed the importance of a ‘Digital Cleanse' and I was intrigued to test it out. The idea behind this cleanse was to free my mind of stress over replying to emails or social media comments or even how many likes my latest Instagram post got. To take a break from the digital world and step back into the real world - because it feels like I am missing the important things in life.