Where We Spend Our Precious Time?

You guessed it right. Social media is the greatest killer of our time. It’s not that using social media is terrible, but I think it is unsuitable for our health. It’s my personal opinion. You may reject to copy that.

I’ve found that 99 percent of the time, when I’m online without a proper objective, I return with heartache.

Oh my God.

How can I waste such an extended time on something cheap?

The bikini girl and her rebel, the naked one.

Where is my attention?

Does some upload that porn or an entertainment series for a charity?

I’m confused.

A sexy lady sells rotten tomatoes, and her friend offers good-quality sauce.

To whom shall I go?

Facebook pundits or Twitter messiahs, Instagram models, or YouTube storytellers.

Should I go with the online date on Tinder or resolve my issues with my girlfriend on Snapchat?

WhatsApp or Telegram.

Where is my audience?

My dear friend, I don’t know about you, but it boggles my mind. I love to be there, but I hate to see people better than me preaching ideas about sex once a week and teaching how to create a fortune in one month.

Millionaires are selling their lifestyles, and beggars are donating cryptos to charity. It’s hard to find out who is running that campaign, presenting a unique way to win the heart of your dream girl in one message. But I’ve to take a subscription for that deal.

I didn’t have money, so I launched this blog to create some noise amid silence.

No one gives the f*ck of a glance to this little corner of the web except my girlfriend, who commented last night that you’re good at writing, but you’ve not produced anything worth reading till now. I received a message from an unknown guy who writes better than you. In the first message, he proposed to me. I love you. You took three years to say that, and even now, I’m confused about whether you love me or not.

Cutie, I don’t want to waste my precious time chatting here more on such stupid topics. I’m waiting for you on Sapien Network to connect with you and test more features.

You may like that was going to launch a course on how to save your time from social media and improve the quality of your life. Still, since no one, including you, will come to attend this course, I’m dropping this idea to create the following post on productivity.

Goodbye, and please, at most minuscule for today, take intermittent fasting from social media.

One Comment

  • Alok Pandey

    Creatively expressed the problem of our generation. We need more articles from you and please offer some solutions, too.

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