With fresh social media platforms been launched almost every day, keeping track of everything is proven to be time-consuming, where do you draw the borderline? For me, social media is just like my closets. I don’t wear everything at once, and I only repeat the clothes I like to wear.
I can’t remember the last time I used my SnapChat and lookbook, am trying to remain active on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
Where do you draw the borderline?
If you have a career, a busy day to day life schedule you can only keep up with a few channels on a daily basis.
In my opinion, keeping up with everything social can be a job of its own and does have a negative impact on our daily life, this day’s people focus on their phone and have less interaction with humans.
I have tried to keep up with everything and have found myself losing important communication, I have resulted to using a few of my social media channels, So, am keeping thing basic, I like to keep real interaction with a human when possible instead of some charter box device.
Some of the impact social media have on us is the perception of having the “amazing life” the perfect person and too many deceptive photographies to mention a few.
Do you think we are losing the art of conversation?
“Some of the impact social media have on us is the perception of having the “amazing life” the perfect person and too many deceptive photographies to mention a few”.
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