“Eliminate what no longer works, embrace and cherrish what does.”
For a while I didn’t want to have a Facebook, because I thought it was another thing to keep up with. The fact that I saw people I used to know from the age of 13, but no longer talked seemed pointless. I tried deactivating my Fb, but when I needed to message someone whose number I didn’t have, I’d log back on, and become active again.
It took me some time, but I finally came to the conclusion to just delete everyone I didn’t talk to, or influenced my life. Some were easy to get rid of while others were a little difficult due to some past emotional attachment. In the end I decided if there is no connection now there probably won’t be one in the future, at least not one constructed of deep love.
After deleting over 200 people, I felt reliving to be free from the past, and grateful for this new phase of my life. No old string attached, and the people that are on there are family or people I plan to grow with.
I definetly recommended this for anyone looking for change or simply get away from what no longer works. It’s much better to have 20 great friends that you actually impact than 200 that seem to simply judge or are ghost.
In the end it doesn’t matter how many like or followers you had, but who you support and who support’s you 🙂
Take the time to focus on yourself, and those that truly matter; not keeping up, or competing with X.
I hope everyone has a wonderful Day!