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27 Things You Can Do Instead Of Spending Time On Social Media
- 1 – Have a Conversation. Like, a real conversation.
- 2 – Read A Book.
- 3 – Go To Your Favorite Cafe and Read a Magazine.
- 4 – Go For A Walk.
- 5 – Spend Time Playing With Your Kids.
- 6 – Exercise.
- 7 – Prep Your Meals For The Week.
- 8 – Get A Massage.
Change your routines to avoid social media.
- While you eat meals, try to focus on the food. Think about the taste and texture.
- When you feel like having a conversation with someone, do it in person.
- Keep your phone far away from you at night.
How can I stop being bored without social media?
- 50 ideas to entertain yourself without social media.
- Reading. One of the best alternatives to reaching for a phone is reading.
- Talk to people face to face.
- Do meal prepping for a week.
- Do meal planning.
- Get outdoors.
- Sit still.
What can I replace Instagram with?
The 7 best alternatives to Instagram right now
- VSCO on the App Store.
- 500px on the App Store.
- VERO on the App Store.
- Steller on the App Store.
- TikTok on the App Store.
- Flickr on the App Store.
- Behance on the App Store.
Some of the best things to do instead of social media are being active and going outside. This can help to improve your mind, your well-being, your health, and more. Below is a quick list of different things to do instead of social media that are outside: Go for a bike ride. Go for a hike. Do yoga. Meditate. Geocache. Go kayaking or canoeing.
Learning how to cook something outside of your comfort zone can be one of the best things to do without social media. Listen to music and/or make a music playlist. Listen to a podcast. There are tons of different kinds of podcasts out there, from informative to educational to funny and everything else.
Is social media good or bad for your career?
Here’s the thing. In small doses, social media is inspiring, informative, andnecessary for my career. My last job, after all, was creating “social content” for a major health website. Now, I’m a freelance writer.
Is social media hurting or helping us?
Social media can be so addictive, so much that we spend hours on it without really noticing. While social media does contribute in healthy discussions and is also our primary source of news and ideas at times, it’s equally likely to encourage us to refrain from learning something useful in our lives.