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|Mom, brother Kyle, me and Dad (4 Mullins)|
|There's my brother and the Swede (Matt)|
|This guy was posing for me on the roof of the "Typewriter."|
|As always, I was on the hunt for good chairs. Italia did not disappoint.|
Hi there. How are you?
You may have noticed, that I have been keeping a low profile on the interwebs lately. Until this past week, I've done very little posting on my
. I haven't posted here on my blog for well over a month now. It was time for me to step back from it all for a bit.
I'd like to believe that being active on social media leads to more sales. The truth is, it really doesn't. At least not right now. It just makes me feel good to get those likes, comments, replies and retweets. But those good feelings are not really what I'm after! Besides that, social media can be such a time suck! How many times have have I sat on the couch in front of the TV while mindlessly trolling my Facebook, Twitter and Instagram feeds? Gross!
I find that I can waste the most amount of time on Facebook.......It's the nosy part of me that likes to know what's going on with everyone else. To make it easier to keep myself off Facebook, I deleted the app on my phone. I still do have the "Pages" and "Paper" app, but I do find that my time trolling Facebook has diminished greatly!
Instead of spending time online, I've been:
Now that I've got a little more time on my hands and some new exciting projects to spread the word about, I will be posting more regularly on social media. But I won't let it take over my time anymore!
How do you keep social media from sucking your time? Do tell.