Life Without Social Media Could Be Amazing
We may not feel it, but the fact is, Social Media has become an integral part of our lives. People have found solace in a fantasy or should I say, an imaginary world of their where they seek validation from an anonymous set of people.
Interestingly, this validation gives the sense of being accepted by society, and yes, people nowadays want to feel accepted by the unknowns. You can’t blame anyone for this because all this falls under human psychological behavior.
This sense of validation is sought from Social Media. But have you ever wondered how life would be without social media? Let me brief you on this with 5 strategic aspects of how things will change without Social Media.
5 Facts That Proves Life Without Social Media Is Good
1. Your private life will be private and not a public gallery!
With the expulsion of Social Media from your life, you will get a closer insight into your life, and maybe you might get the meaning of private life.
You will learn that no unknown being cares about your daily chores. Whether it is eating, watching a movie, or anything, there will be no one to lay comments on you or even judge you.
You can get a clearer view of things which you once never did. You’re going to know what to share with whom, the only ones who really care about you, and you won’t be available easily anytime for anyone. This privacy will get you closer to serenity and people who do care about your well-being.
2. No more candid pics to display your outfit to the world
Does anyone care about the outfit you want to display by clicking and posting pics on social media? Just tell me, Who would always want to talk about how stunning an outfit someone might be wearing or keep wondering are they looking good enough or not?
The outfit is yours, and to select what to wear for a particular day or event is perfectly your decision. There is no need to flaunt it by posting pictures. Life can be more happening than all this crazy stuff.
3. No more need to look flawless just to grasp interest
With no social media, no more obsessing over pretty people, no more photo editings to make the picture look more lively because no one gives a damn to your edited pics. (Everyone knows its all filtered)
Yes, if you are passionate about filtering photos or clicking pictures, you can continue doing the same but not post it on social media. It’s sad to see that people are still posting for the likes and might be even disturbing enough to see this as only a shallow version of life. You don’t want people to judge you, but by posting pictures like these, you are giving them a chance to do what you don’t like. Because already, people have found stalking into someone’s life pretty captivating nowadays courtesy of social media.
4. You will cut off some connections that are indeed a necessity!
Almost 70% of friends on your social wall are unknown to you. It is better to part ways with the ones who aren’t too important or not even important at all.
Your life is already full of chaos, and it shouldn’t haunt you due to these unnecessary connections. You have a brain, and trust me, it gets exhausted at times. Sometimes, a break away from human noise can do wonders for your thinking nerve, and science says that the human brain can maintain five relationships in their inner circle and 150 in their outer circle. So you better start cutting off the unwanted and unnecessary connections.
5. No more fake “Happy Moments” to show to the world!
Time to grow up and act maturely. Your fake happiness isn’t doing great to the world or to you. Meaningless outings and faking a smile is all that is going around in this bogus world.
Every fake smile is captured with a smartphone, and then there are many people who love to capture every single detail of the day to show the world how happy they are. Ahh,- all fake!
Time to conclude:
A social media detox can act as a booster for a life you had never thought of. Start loving yourself for the way you are. You don’t need validation from others to know what best suits you. You must not get into the habit of living for social media. Instead, your life should be easy and simple, with no or less ruckus.