Best Social Media Detox Quotes for Everyone
No posting. No liking. Just living.
— The Odyssey Online
Putting my phone down and piking my Life up.
Don’t compare your real life to someone else’s controlled online content.
— Laura Distin
Less scrolling, more living.
Offline is the new luxury.
In a world of algorithms, hashtags and followers, know the true importance of human connection.
— Mama Tribe Marketplace
Today I choose Me. Not social media.
— Tech Wellness
Posting Less, Doing More. Comparing Less, Reflecting More. Discussing Less, Accomplishing More.
Disconnect to Connect.
Sometimes you need to go offline and get your life right.
Go offline, have some wine.
Some things are better left private.
Less social media, more self-improvement.
Less phone time. More Me time.
Avoid the wreck, Disconnect.
Do things that make you forget to check your phone.
Keep it private.
Progress in silence.
It feels correct to disconnect.
You’ve stressed enough; turn it off.
Don’t neglect to disconnect.
Feel fine. Go offline.
Keep calm and unplug.
There is no wifi in the forest, but you’ll find a better connection.
Unplug to Recharge.
Stop scrolling. Start Living.
Without social media, life is better.
I will focus on improving myself, and not on the lives of others.
Detoxing, digital edition.
30 Amazing Social Media Detox Quotes
Sometimes you need to take a break to be alone with your own thoughts to rejuvenate.
A private life is a happy life.
You are always enough, so no need to compare yourself to others.
Life is what happens between social media scrolls and your self-doubt.
She realized none of it was real and set herself free to focus on her own #ish.
Disconnect with fantasy to reconnect to reality.
Unplug to unwind.
Happiness is on the other side of your social media feed.
Dear you, starve your distractions to feed your focus.
Less social media means more for everything.
Don’t trade your authenticity for social media approval.
One reason we struggle with insecurity is because we compare our real life with selective content shared on social media.
Regardless of all the glitz and glamour portrayed on social media, never forget real-life connections happen offline.
It doesn’t matter what others are doing, what really matters is what you are doing.
Temporary closed for a reality check.
Everything you do doesn’t need to be seen or heard.
Post less to do more.
Time to refocus on your own #ish.
You don’t have to post it to prove it.
Your self-worth isn’t measured in the number of followers, likes, comments, or notes, thus don’t be fooled your self-worth isn’t on social media and never will be.
One of the top things that prevent us from happiness is obsessing over the actions of others.
A real, imperfect lifestyle you enjoy is better than a make-believe “perfect lifestyle” that keeps you miserable.
Stop checking who is checking you, instead focus on being your best self.
Social media encourages us to compare our lives instead of appreciating who we really are right now.
Don’t give them the privilege of knowing everything about you, give them the element of surprise.
Special time devoted to your mental health is time well spent.
Remember, you can also glow and grow privately.
Always seek to be informed and not easily influence.
In the social media world where hashtags, followers, and likes are currently all the rage don’t lose yourself, and definitely don’t play yourself.