Step 2: Social Media Cleanse
We live in a world of virtual interactions and somewhere along the way we have lost the sense of reality. Every moment is not only captured but also available to our friends and sometimes even strangers for display. I am an Instagram addict myself and am not planning on leaving Instagram but I am planning on reducing its usage and also on keeping it private from strangers. On one hand, you may laugh at me and say "well, it's already online so how can we even talk about privacy" - and you'd be right to do so. However, in the past year I have come across a few cases of jinx. It has become almost too easy for us to compare lives over Instagram or Facebook and perhaps it is only normal for feelings like jealousy to come along. So, I have decided to go through a social media cleanse.
This does not mean that I am giving up social media, it really just is cleaning up my account because in all honesty do I really need over 200 followers or 400 friends on Facebook? So, here is what I did: