Being more intentional, keeping distractions off your smartphone

One thing I’ve realised in looking at my screen time since I lost my day job was that it’s gone very much in the wrong direction. I’m spending too much time in social media apps like Twitter and Reddit and less time on creating new things. I’ve decided to make my iPhone use a lotContinue reading “Being more intentional, keeping distractions off your smartphone”

Do you miss out on Twitter if you use Tweetbot?

I’ve been switching Twitter apps and figuring out if I actually miss anything about Twitter when I use the Tweetbot app. Well, maybe. I don’t miss the app itself. The official app feels like a spam app to me, I hate it. It feels like it’s constantly throwing me an ad or news I don’tContinue reading “Do you miss out on Twitter if you use Tweetbot?”

It’s ok to mute or unfollow people on Twitter to help your mental health

In these times there’s a lot of negativity or content you just don’t want to see or be reminded of. This is just a little reminder that’s it’s fine to mute or unfollow people for posting stuff you don’t want to see. I cannot use the official app as it’s mute options are fiddly soContinue reading “It’s ok to mute or unfollow people on Twitter to help your mental health”

The official Twitter app is bad for my mental health

Here we go again… I’ve been using the official app but I’m done with it again, it’s not helping out my mental health right now. I’m sorry to those of you where I’m going to miss your conversation or that DM but I’m going to be taking a break from the official app. I’m gettingContinue reading “The official Twitter app is bad for my mental health”