“We need time to unplug to refresh, recover and reinvigorate.” – Connie Bennett, The Cravings Ninja.
Of course, nowadays, you need to be social, even if you’re a naturally introverted person. You need to be on your phone often and you need to check emails.
Plus, if your goal is to serve lots of people — as I do — you need to be active on such social media platforms as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, and, of course, on your blog, if you have one.
But what if you’re feeling burn out after facing and meeting lots of deadlines, pursuing additional training, writing a book or online course, and gearing up to serve even more people than before?
Should you continue to post regularly to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and your blog when you feel a need to unplug so you can refresh, recover and recuperate?
I contend that at least twice a year, You Need a Social Media Vacation.
And that’s what I’m now doing in the next week. What’s so cool with our world’s amazing technology is that you can post things in advance.
Now, what if you’ve endured a family crisis such the terminally illness of a parent, sibling or spouse, the breakup of your long-term marriage, or the death of a cherished loved one?
Then you really need time off.
Discover 11 of many benefits of taking a Social Media Vacation: