How Has Social Media Changed Your Life?

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My Facebook capabilities are still limited due to my recent suspension. Not to worry though. Life goes on, just as it did before Facebook came to be.

When I was a kid, we didn’t have a microwave. How we got along without one, I don’t know. But we did. Now, I can’t imagine life without one.

Do you remember what life was like before Facebook (and other forms of social media)? Or is it so much a part of our world that we can’t imagine life without it?

Just for laughs, here’s a video from one of my favorite YouTube personalities about how Facebook has changed our lives.

 

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7 thoughts on “How Has Social Media Changed Your Life?

  1. Haha, that was a great video! I am relatively new to FB. Last year I signed up for an account just to use with my blog (just as you did recently), and I quit when I took a four month blogging break in the winter. Once I returned, I decided I’d make a new FB acct. I’m somewhat glad I did (it’s fun in many ways) but part of me wishes I had stayed away. 😛
    I really am working on limiting it, though, and focusing on what’s important!

    1. I know what you mean, Valerie. I created all these social media accounts for my blog, but each one is just another thing to manage. It’s not like I can hire someone to take care of all that for me. I’m working on limiting it too.

  2. Social media has changed my life incredibly. Especially as we travel the world, I feel like I am still very connected to everyone I left back home. There are times that I miss being able to really be away when I travel like when I did so 7 years ago, but still I love that I can keep in touch and keep in contact with everyone I meet along the way.

    1. It’s great that social media has enabled you to stay in touch since you’re traveling a lot. It does make it easier.

      1. It does. All though I will say that I just deleted the Facebook app off my phone to give it a try and see if I am able to live more in the present instead of looking at my phone. 🙂

  3. That’s is strange that FB does that! I am not a huge fan of FB myself. I am not on it for various reasons and here would be another reason . It’s awesome that you have such a positive outlook on this situation.

    1. There’s so many people on FB that I can understand why they have to make rules like that. I’m sure they’ve had to deal with more than a few, who have abused their FB privileges.

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