Posts tagged social media
13 Tips for Doing a Social Media Detox

In today’s world, I think it’s safe to say that social media is a huge part of most everyone’s lives. We use it to update our loved ones, meet new friends, keep up with the trends, learn new things, and so much more! It’s truly how we stay connected with the world.

Social media has a lot of positive uses and attributes, but it can also very easily take over our lives. We’ve all been there— mindlessly scrolling for hours, ignoring those around us as we read the next post, getting caught up in new drama. When social media begins to waste our time, negatively affect our mental health, and cause problems in our relationships, then it may just be time to do a detox.

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10 Signs Social Media Has Become an Idol in Your Life

In today’s world, social media is a huge part of life. It’s how we meet new people, keep up with friends, share information, run our businesses, and learn new things. Without it, modern life would look much different.

As helpful and positive as social media can be, it certainly has its downfalls and negative attributes.

We’ve all been affected one way or another by the mindless scrolling, cyberbullying, petty drama, wasted time, and technology addiction that has come along because of the popular social media platforms. And as Christians, it’s important for us to know when certain boundaries have been crossed.

Social media can go from a positive resource and entertainment to a sinful distraction very quickly.

Has social media become an idol in your life? Check out the 10 signs below to see if you need to take a break from the scroll.

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A Note to the Girl Struggling with Comparison featuring Shining for the Lord

God made you to be you.

As simple as loving yourself sounds, I know it isn't simple like that for most girls, including me. As I have battled comparison BIG time myself.

I’ll always remember coming home from school and telling my mom how ugly I was, that I just wanted to be like my friends. No matter what she told me, I argued back and didn't believe her that I really was a, “Special, one of a kind girl who is beautiful inside and out.” I vaguely remember trying everything to make me feel good about myself, hanging out with the “Cool group,” convincing my parents to buy me new shoes and all. Then, getting that one comment from the one girl. I remember starting to workout because I HATED my external appearance and at such a young age. Comparison really is the thief of joy. I wish I would've known this sooner.

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5 Encouraging Christian Instagram Accounts You Need to Follow NOW!

It’s true that a lot of our time nowadays is spent on social media. Between keeping up with friends and our favorite celebrities, as well as posting about our own lives, our eyes can constantly stay glued to the screen.

This can be a blessing and a curse, am I right?!

On one hand, it’s fun to stay connected and be in the know. But it can also waste a lot of time and cause us to get some pretty unhealthy thoughts in our heads!

Have you ever found yourself scrolling through an influencer’s page wishing you were like her? Desiring her clothes, her lifestyle, and her looks?

As a blogger, I all too often stumble upon Instagram profiles with amazing photos and think, “Wow, I’ll never be as successful as them.”

Comparison sneaks up on me before I’ve even scrolled past the second photo!

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