5 thoughts on “What I learned from leaving facebook”

  1. “Just because no one else hears about it doesn’t make the experience less significant.”I love this line, it’s so true, and really validates “in person” time. I have not tried leaving Facebook but maybe I will give it a go!

  2. I’ve had a love-hate relationship with Facebook for quite a long time and at times, I’ve cut it out of my life as well (including for Lent). I appreciate every point you make in this post! It sounds very similar to something I would’ve written about my experience. It’s nice to know I’m not the only one! As it turned out, I went back to Facebook when I realized that the groups that I am a part of use Facebook as their main platform.

      1. One thing I did was to make my bookmark go to my Steph the Wayward Pilgrim page. (I made this page so that I could post some travel photos and my blog posts all in one place in case people wanted to read them.) Now, when I open up my fb bookmark, it goes to that page automatically, I can check notifications and I can go directly to my groups without having to scroll through everything else. Just an idea. If you figure out another strategy, I’d love to hear about it. By the way, I’m really enjoying your blog. 🙂

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