Spending a Week Away from the World

Taking a social media detox ended up having remarkable benefits on my mental health.

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Whilst social media trends come and go, platforms such as Instagram, Twitter and TikTok have become a permanent feature in our lives.

As the world isolates more, due to the global pandemic, our reliance on these platforms becomes stronger by the day.




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