Stop being materialistic over mindless and pointless shit.
Most people who actively use social media all the time have absolutely nothing going on in their lives. And the only thing they base their worth upon is literally how much socially stimulated they are and not enjoying the things they post about in their insta per se - like bragging about their new consumerist shit they own like those colorful mass-market paperbacks that they will never read, or their new bf who will cheat on her either way if he also happens to use insta.
Mind you, the healthiest minded people never
use any social media; and if they do, it is only for the purposes of strategically advertising
their clinic or makeup shop or whatever; for they know the best way to appeal to consumerists is to use what they happen to use currently. (Not to mention knowing what to sell to them, but that's for another thread.)
Also to >>62895>I actually find stalking people's social media to be motivating though.>People say don't compare your life to someone's "highlight reels", but at least those people have SOME "highlight reels" to post while I have literally nothing good to post.
These two statements do not fit in with each other. What you call "motivating" is just an increase of feelings of envy.
If you were truly motivated, you wouldn't be posting about how they "have SOME 'highlight reels'" and, instead, you would have minded your own business and do something better in your life than mindlessly stare at the screen for many hours in the day.