Lighten up on your social sites

by | May 27, 2015 | Digital Identity

First things first, I send my unending love and gratitude to the families of our service members who have lost their lives defending our country and protecting my freedoms. God bless you. ♥

Many of us spend Memorial Day weekend with family and friends, and I hope you all had a wonderful, long, and relaxing weekend. Mine was pretty low key. I celebrated my birthday with my daughter and tried to unplug as much as possible. We had a nice dinner and then saw Pitch Perfect 2.

On Tuesdays, I have a little Twitter party with some virtual assistants in my network but I don’t really need to log into Twitter to do that. I attend Twitter Twitter using email and Hootsuite or Buffer. So today while I was sitting in the car rider line at school, I decided to do a little Twitter scrolling and catch up on my notifications. I would say I was a little hurt by what I saw, but I really wasn’t. ☺

Are you curious yet? Well, let me tell you. Apparently, someone followed me on Sunday and in the three days it took me to sign into Twitter and follow back he was pretty pissed. Enough so that he sent me a nice sarcastic post about not reciprocating the follow and then proceeded to block me. Really? Three days? And a holiday at that.

I love connecting with people on social media and I get a lot of great information from the people I follow, but I’m thrilled to say that I don’t sign into my social sites every day. You might see some posts because hey, a girl’s gotta market, right? And I don’t necessarily need to sign in directly to do that.

So here’s the thing. Everyone uses social media differently but whether it’s for personal use or business use, social platforms should be fun and engaging. Make connections. Learn all you can. Enjoy the conversations. But don’t take it so seriously that you can’t enjoy some time away.


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