Hello, hello! Happy Monday Everyone!
I hope you all had a fabulous weekend. We left last Thursday to go to Austin for two of our best friends wedding and had the most fun weekend! I know I was a little bit MIA all weekend, hence not having a post up on Friday, but I just really needed a break from everything and wanted to enjoy the weekend without worrying about posting my outfit or everything we were doing lol. Colton was the Best Man, his whole family was there and a ton of our friends were there that I hadn’t seen, in what feels like years. There was so much going on all weekend that I really didn’t have time to be on social media and I loved it.
I know this kind of sounds hypocritical of me, with social media being my main power source of the blog, but I’m also human. Recently I have felt like time has been going by way too fast and that I haven’t been living in the moment. Not because I’m not doing things that I love, but because I’m not present when doing them. To fix this, I have been trying really hard to put my phone down, schedule out my posts and keep my phone in my purse. My favorite part of my day recently has been my afternoon walks with Bentley because I have made it a super no social media zone. Where I’ll put on music, walk my pup and really focus on what’s around me. I’ve made sure to do this at dinner time and on car rides with Colton as well, because there is nothing worse than sitting in 3 hour car ride with someone and them just sitting on their phone the entire time. I’ll also do what I did this weekend at least once a month. It gives me clarity and almost makes me feel rejuvenated.
So in honor of that, here are five reasons why taking a break from social media might be a good thing for you.
Like I said above, I’m not trying to be hypocritical, I am just trying to be real 🙂
I hope you all have a great week!
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