100 Days of Writing – Day Eighty-One

Two days in to my Lenten sabbatical from social media and all is well.

For the past two days, I’ve been off social media, namely Facebook, and all is going well thus far. My morning routine is definitely at a slower pace since I don’t have to do my daily posts when I awaken. I’ve also found that my time on my phone has lessened, as I’ve taken social media icons where they can’t be seen. Actually, I deleted the apps and will have to reinstall them when I return.

My interim teaching position had cut down on my time with social media anyway. So the transition this time around hasn’t seemed to be as difficult. I do miss seeing what others are sharing and I’m thinking some people are missing the daily posts I do. But it does give me time to focus on something other than the electronic feed.

I’ve done quite a bit more reading and writing, which I consider to be a good thing. I’ve played quite a few of my baseball simulation board game and that’s always a lot of fun. Overall, it’s been fairly easy to stay away from it all. I just wonder if when the Lenten season is officially over, if I’ll even want to come back at all.

David Lee

Published by David Lee Moser

I am a sixty-three year old semi-retired elementary science teacher.

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