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How To Kick The Social Media Habit And Get Your Life Back

How To Kick The Social Media Habit And Get Your Life Back

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    Too much of anything is bad for your health, including social media.

    This infographic highlights the dark side of using social platforms as a main tool for making and engaging friends. In general, humans aren’t designed to hide behind a computer all day. That’s why there are so many tools out there that are geared towards balancing screen time with life offline.

    One of the most shocking stats found in the visual shows that over 50% of participants actually admitted that social media is making a negative impact on their lives, without seeing the actual proof.

    The good news is that once you commit to dropping your social media habits, there are plenty of other activities that can serve as a replacement.

    Exercising, going out with friends and learning a new instrument are just a few things you could be doing instead of instinctively opening your newsfeed.

    Is Social Media Bad for Your Health? | Fix

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    Published on November 17, 2019

    The Lifehack Show Episode 12: Staying On Top of Your Game as an Entrepreneur

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    In this episode, we’re talking with Frank Fiume, author of Running with My Head Down: An Entrepreneur’s Story of Passion, Perseverance, and Purpose.  As the CEO of one of the largest youth sports programs in the country, Frank fought hard to overcome the crippling effects of burnout.

    Here, Frank talks about his experience crashing while at the top, and shares advice on how others can re-align their priorities to find peace and happiness while still maintaining their career.

     

      Episode 12: Staying On Top of Your Game as an Entrepreneur

      Also available on iTunes.

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