The price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for it.
What does living an intentional life mean to you?
I have been asking myself this question for a while now. I have also made a few observations.
We currently live in a world where other people’s opinions of us hold a greater weight than our own opinion of ourselves. Facebook likes, Instagram hearts, twitter retweets, snap chats. All these things can be constructive, can help us keep contact with people, can help businesses grow. But realistically it is a drug – the new crack.
I am guilty of scrolling and scrolling through my social media feeds. I am guilty of ignoring my spouse because I choose to read about other people’s lives instead of focusing on my own. And I am not sure if that’s okay with me anymore. At what point do we realize that social media is becoming a hindrance, rather than a benefit to our lives.
I have decided to remove myself from Facebook for a month, maybe even forever. I prefer blogging or Instagram over the constant complaints and rants that Facebook holds. I challenge all of you to remove one form of social media for your life for a month to see what happens. To see if your life changes at all.
For now, I intend to live my life more intentionally. Purging the excess of my life and using only what is necessary and what creates positive growth. This includes more reading, more cooking, more time with my husband, more time in nature, more exercise, more meditation. Less comparison, less negativity, less stuff.
This sounds like a great plan to me.
Thanks for reading.