Downsize Your Contacts and Connections
Your college roommate’s vacation photos, sales pitches from companies you’ve never heard of, updates and retweets from friends of friends — these meaningless posts subject you to a steady stream of mindless distractions. Cut most of them out by defriending and deleting connections with people and businesses you don’t want or need to hear from, says Greenfield. It goes against the whole idea of so-called social media, sure. But you’ll feel relief with each tap of the delete button, and your flow won’t be disrupted so often.
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