Limit your social media usage


  1. Set boundaries for social media use. Determine a specific amount of time you're comfortable spending on social media each day and stick to it. Consider uninstalling social media apps from your phone and accessing them through a browser instead.
  2. Think before you post.
    Before sharing anything online, carefully consider the information you're divulging. Avoid sharing personal details like your address or credit card information to protect your privacy.
  3. Be mindful of the content you consume.
    Stay vigilant about the sources of the content you consume. Don't believe everything you read online, and be cautious about spreading misinformation or false news stories.
  4. Consider using a demetricator plug-in.
    Explore browser plug-ins like a Facebook demetricator that remove numerical engagement metrics. This allows you to focus on the content rather than getting caught up in the number of likes or shares.
  5. Take regular breaks from social media.
    Schedule periodic breaks from social media to recharge and focus on other aspects of your life. Use this time to connect with friends and family, engage in outdoor activities, or enjoy a good book.
  6. Seek help if needed.
    If you find that your mental health is being negatively affected by social media use, don't hesitate to reach out to a mental health professional for guidance and support.


No insights yet

Take action!

Our mobile app, Mentorist, will guide you on how to acquire this skill.
If you have the app installed