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How to authentically declutter your social media

This week I wanted to talk about everything that is coming in. All of the news, all of the images, all of the opinions. I'm sure you've noticed, there is a lot of stuff out there that makes us feel like junk. Either it's because we're looking at others and comparing ourselves or it's the negativity that weighs us down.

Now you might have also noticed that a number of people (coaches, therapists, talk shows etc) are also saying clear all the "bad" stuff out of you life. While I like this idea, it can feel overwhelming to be told to go through everyone you follow/like on social media, all of your emails etc and unsubscribe to anything that doesn't make you feel 100% good. Full disclosure - a while ago I set aside a half hour and tried to go through everything and everyone. Where did it get me? Well, besides going down a rabbit hole, it was completely not helpful and didn't feel very authentic.

In order for this to be effective, it really needs to be more organic than that. My tip for you this week is to make it a practice before you hop on social media or your email to connect to yourself -- well obviously not when you are running around and trying to find that one email that says where you need to be in 5 minutes. But those times where you do have some time and space to connect with yourself - hop on one of the platforms/emails and see how you feel - do the people you follow resinate with you? Are the newsletters you get things that inspire you? Is this something you would rather let go of?

If you try this out, let me know how it went.

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