Things I learn stepping away from Instagram

I felt like I’m in control of my emotion more.

I could see the tendency of being anxious the moment I opened the app. Afterall, it’s a terrible idea and I don’t want to handle it. I felt like I can deliberately do things better. I spend time connect to people offline, face to face. I treasure those moments, those experiences. I felt more at peace.

My mind is still wondering around as always, but I think I have more time spending on taking actions and making impacts than trying to appear that my life was interesting. I realized that my life is in fact freaking interesting, and I don’t really need to flash it around to feel the high of it. It’s more satisfying to remember the moments the way it was experienced. It’s authentic and no filter is needed.

You learn more by reducing the noise. You learn more by flashing less. 

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