What if you stopped posting what you post, and stopped responding to the comments on your articles?
If so, it might not be too late to change your life.
For the past few years, I’ve been trying to quit Facebook.
It’s the most powerful platform of all time, and I’ve found it very easy to fall into a trap of constantly posting what I want to share.
I’m not the only one.
In the past year alone, I stopped reading articles that focused on the news, because they were too much.
I started ignoring comments, and started writing articles that were more personal.
I stopped going on Facebook Live and instead just read the news on my phone.
But I did get into a rhythm, and now I’m writing for a living.
What is this new habit that I have been missing?
I’ve never stopped being an internet addict.
I don’t even think I want it.
But now I know it can be done.
You’re not alone.
This article is part of a series by writer and entrepreneur Brian S. Hildebrand.
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