We can all fall into the social media trap.

Whether your vice is Instagram, Twitter or TikTok, most of us spend big chunks of time on these apps every day – posting content, engaging, sharing comments, scrolling, comparing.

There are loads of benefits of social media. Particularly during times of unprecedented isolation during lockdown, social media provided vital connection, support and light-hearted fun for many.

However, the flip-side of social media is also well documented. Too much time on these apps has been proven to contribute to anxiety, stress and low self-esteem. And we could probably all stand to reframe and redefine our relationships with these apps as we head into the new year.

Read the full article by Natalie Morris in ‘Metro’.

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