I think I need to take a break from Facebook and LinkedIn.
I have a problem. The other day I found myself spending a couple hours browsing through friends and acquaintances’ FB timelines and Linkedin profiles.
Someone had a baby. Another person is traveling somewhere awesome. They are eating something that looks really good. He got a promotion. She’s doing something cool. They are hanging out with each other.
Seems all standard stuff right?
For the most part, social media is a pretty handy tool. It helps us stay somewhat connected and aware of what others are doing. But what happens when we start to look at other peoples’ lives and start to compare them to our own?
Therein lies my problem.
I’m sure this is an issue many of us face. It just so happens that I am Continue reading “The Thief of Joy”