The suggestion to limit time spent on social media
on my self-care journey has worked wonders for me.
Minimalization a.k.a. de-clutter – a 30-day challenge.
Although I did delete apps I didn’t wish to trash my
On Facebook I deactivated two specific pages. One
showed transferred blogging posts and the other
years of items crafted.
My budgeted allowance is 30 minutes each morn.
I begin by tending to my Fairyland in memory of
garden app (12 years, 3 months old) then scan the
notifications from my hometown groups (good to
remain knowledgeable ’bout current local events).
Next and last is a quick scroll of the newsfeed with
a limit of ten post reads.
This morn I was flabbergasted. I sat closer to the
laptop’s screen in order to re-read a post written
IMO by a most ungrateful woman. I suppose she
was looking for sympathy from other women.
I rarely comment on posts like these in groups.
The content of the post – several paragraphs
with regard to her husband’s increased
workload (40 to 60 hours) due to the Pandemic.
This woman, a widow after 43 years of marriage
within two years found a man who doesn’t smoke
nor drink and actually WORKS.
She was considering leaving him since quality
time shared was now a bare minimum of three
hours each evening (supper and watching TV).
Ladies made comments only they were totally
opposite of what she appeared to be in search
The post had been up for an hour when the
administrator suddenly shut it down.
I wonder if this woman would like to endure
the alternative, ‘living alone’.
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