Life after Facebook. One Month Later

As some of you may recall I decided to leave Facebook a month ago. Guess what?  My account is still inactivated and I’m alive and well.

Some wonderful things have transpired since then such as new employment opportunities and more quality family time.  I’ve also had new clients and enjoyed my time working with them.

WhatsApp has been a good substitute for chatting and working in an environment where the mother tongue is English keeps me socially connected.

For the times I needed social media access to information, I have a network of friends who were (and are) happy to do the mitzvah of making the inquiries for me.

I’ve also had time to tackle small organizing projects around my home.  Using the KonMari Method I cleared out areas such as the junk drawer in my nightstand, my makeup bag, and under the kitchen sink.  Invaluable to these efforts is a designated person who picks up my castoffs and sells them in her second-hand shop.  If this person can’t come, I have a favorite drop off which is conveniently on route to my work.

One last thing to note.  I’ve gotten more sleep because I’m not up to all hours mindlessly scrolling.  With that said, I’ve come to the end of this post and it’s time to call it a night.

Good night. Buenas noches. Lilah tov. Shleuf gezunt. Thanks for reading.

Karen, T.K.K. (The Klutter Koach)

July 30, 2017

 

Published by Karen Furman

Hi. I’m Karen Furman, a home organizer and decluttering professional. Organizing is something I’ve been doing since 1st grade when used to straighten everyone’s desks. Fast forward a few decades later, I turned my passion for organizing into a business. Philosophy = Your home should be organized so you know where things are, to the degree that you feel relaxed and not stressed in your space. Method = A combination of Marie Kondo + FlyLady + my own style. YOU make the decisions. YOU decide what to keep and not to keep. I help provide clarity. Attitude = Positive, enthusiastic, non-judgmental

2 thoughts on “Life after Facebook. One Month Later

  1. Love this! For personal reasons, I left Facebook earlier this year for about two months. Like you, I found that I had a lot of time to do things I previously hadn’t had time for. Maybe it was coincidence, but my blood pressure actually decreased!

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