@jaz @gomez I took the plunge and deleteed my FB a few years back. It was mostly for security reasons, people kept trying - and sometimes succeeded - to use it to contact people I knew, steal money, generally abuse my personal info.
It took an adjustment period, but honestly, I never looked back.
It does a good job of fostering FOMO and looking like the place 'where everyone is', but I think that's illusionary to a point. Unfortunately, it's a powerful illusion.
Mr Motivator’s 6 steps for staying mentally and physically strong in lockdown http://www.aroundtownwales.co.uk/mr-motivators-6-steps-for-staying-mentally-and-physically-strong-in-lockdown/
I probably have more sympathy than most for those who have been isolated as a result of C-19, but the Greggs across the road should really not be this busy.
I could probably look the other way if some particularly lonely people just needed someone to talk to, but quite a few folks are treating this like a public holiday.
Eh, if people don't care about the climate emergency, then there's probably no reason they'd care about this.
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