1. You don’t constantly compare your life against the lives of others
I cannot begin to explain how good it feels to just focus on what’s going on for you without comparing it to what everyone else is doing and wondering whether you’re doing enough with your life after seeing the achievements of others.
2. You find yourself becoming more social in real life
Picture it. You’re waiting next to someone you know but you can’t whip out your phone to check the Twittersphere or see the wild night so and so had from their Facebook photos. So rather than standing there like a lemon you have to have an actual conversation. With your mouth.
3. You don’t have to worry about how many retweets or likes you’ll get
Relax. You can admit it. We all do it.
4. You cut off contact with people you don’t really like
Take a hike, dude I went to school with a million years ago and haven’t seen in forever!
5. You can’t be stalked by anyone
Even though you’re slightly flattered to have a stalker in the first place.
6. If any embarrassing pictures of you end up on there you won’t know about it
Ignorance is bliss. Unless of course your buddy tells you about it. Thanks a lot bro.
7. You find yourself procrastinating less during work
Trust me, without being able to look at your Twitter or Facebook feed you’ll be far more productive when working. Although whether or not this is a good thing is up to you.