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24 Hours Media Fast
Most people get scared of fasts and never want to do them, but not me. I was actually very excited for this fast having any form social media. During this 24 hours fasting I have given up all social media excluding phone calls and texting. Once the fast got going, I don’t think I realized how long fast would be though. But I made it through the 24hours and I learned a couple of things along the way. Although I wish I could say I made it through 24hours without any struggles, I would be lying if I said that. But that should be expected from most people as no one can simply make it through something like this without a little bit of struggles. My mood worsened and I became more lethargic. My thoughts were shaming and I began to question taking a career path that requires I stay active on social media. I shamed myself for not pursuing a career of substance and contribution. I wasn’t using the extra time for constructive activities; I was feeling sorry for myself. I missed communicating with the people I follow. I missed sharing my disconnected thoughts on Twitter. At my lowest point, I just wanted to sign on to Facebook to read status updates from people who think the Onion is a real news outlet. I missed the feeling of tumbling down the internet’s rabbit hole at 3am, just like any good addict misses their drug of choice. The question I was left to answer was this: If I don’t share my life on social media, does Wit & Delight exist?…...

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