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  1. Joseline Ulloa says:

    Thank you for the article. You remind me of the obstacles to think about my content consumption habit. Finding our sweet spot takes some mindfulness and tracking down why we do thingsn and just choose a system. Imma layout the plan in accordance with my adhd and emotional behaviors as even social media and reading articles feed my ego but is not fixing deep problems.

    1. Thanks, Joseline. It’s an ongoing challenge, isn’t it? There’s so much stimulation available at our fingertips. You have great self-awareness, which will serve you well.

  2. Nice article. Totally agree Michael, we’re all wasting so much time in the down swirl of social media thinking we’re just doing research for our creative minds 😉 Every now and then I take the Social Media Apps off my phone and gosh I so much enjoy these time. That’s when you realise, how much time you looked at your phone instead of observing the world around you or connecting with people AROUND you – even if it’s just a smile… As I use these tools for work too I cannot have them un-installed all the time but every now and then it’s a really nice thing. The main change I’ve done was taking these Apps off my main screen – as you suggested I hid the apps some clicks away 😉
    And still sometimes there is this tiny voice of missing out…

    1. Thanks Kris. I can totally connect with what you’re saying. It’s tough when you run a business, especially on the internet! Having said that, I’ve found that social marketing activities can wait until I get to a computer, and even then, I’d still be more productive without them. It’s a fine balance.

  3. You are so right! You have inspired me to sign off and get in my sewing room and enjoy creating quilting projects. Thank you for your insightful and informative Sunday Mornings.

    1. You’re welcome Kathleen! Enjoy the extra bit in space in life to create and explore. And thank you for your kind words.