The other day, I decided to switch off from Social Media. The amount of time I spend scrolling through social media is ridiculous sometimes and so I switched my phone to aeroplane mode and did not go on it. I even told myself not to go on my PlayStation 4 (which has become a habit recently) until the evening when I can relax. Therefore I wanted to spend as much time offline as I possibly could.
I even made a to-do list of all the things I wanted to get done during the day.
The first thing I needed though is coffee because coffee is life and yes, I am a coffee addict.
One of the things I've been meaning to get done was sort my clothes out. I have clothes all over the place in my wardrobe and chest of drawers but there was no clear organisation. Therefore, I went full Kon Mari mode and dumped every single piece of clothing I own onto the bed. Luckily, we have a spare bedroom in the house where I could dump them on in case this took forever. The result of the pile of clothes is the photo below.
Pretty crazy but I was motivated for and started putting clothes into categories. The first one was my work clothes that need to be hung up, so I dealt with them first. The next thing I sorted was my dresses as they also need to be hung up. I then split up my hoodies and sweatshirts into a pile before finally putting my trousers/jeans into a pile and it slowly became much easier to just split the clothing into categories. I just kept motivated throughout while doing this.
I will tell a small lie that I didn't remain tech free as the last thing I wanted to do was do it in silence. Therefore I decided to put on Hell's Kitchen as it's easy show to watch and have in the background plus I've watched pretty much all the seasons, so I know what happens. Either way it was nice to have something to have on in the background.
After sorting through my tops, I turned to the biggest pile I had which was my trousers. I decided to have a trying on session which was slightly depressing but there is no point in keeping trousers if they don't fit. Either way it allowed me to see which ones actually do fit and meant I can keep them
At last though my clothes were sorted and for once my wardrobe actually looked neat for once.
So there we have it, that was my day switching off from social media and I have to say it was a really refreshing day. I found myself not needing to go on social media, although I was tempted to share on my stories what I was doing but then I also knew I'd be sharing it on this blog so that's what stopped me from going on social media.
Either way I'd highly recommend having a day switching off because it really does wonders to your mental health and get this very satisfying feeling at the end of it.
Anyway, that's all I have to say for now. Thank you for reading my blog and I'll be back again soon with another post.
See you then.
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