I have really tried my best to make iwearyourgrandadsclothes.com easy to navigate, however, I am new to the whole website building thing, so it might not be perfect. If you do happen to be a bit lost within the digital walls of my website, here’s a quick guide on how to get around.
Now that’s out of the way, I’d also like to expand on some thoughts I had after reading “How I Got My Attention Back” by Craig Mod.
Could you be offline for a month (if your situation in life allowed it without harming you)?
For me, I really feel like if I were to get the chance to completely unplug without it harming my school/work/social life, I would really enjoy it. Thinking about it, I kind of dread the weight of social media and the online culture that has been cultivated; I think I just stay online because of some serious FOMO (fear of missing out, in case you missed that) that has been put into me and the rest of my generation. I know, I know, how pretentious I sound… Gen Z baby doesn’t like social media, blah blah blah… But I mean it! If I could try going completely cold turkey from social media without it harming anything in my life, I genuinely think I’d give it a go, and probably wind up loving it. The amount of time I’d suddenly have in my day to learn new skills or pursue the things I love would be refreshing, but my “For You” page just sucks up my hours as if they’re seconds. Alright, that’s enough existentialism for today, back to Instagram.