1. The less you share, the less likely people will be in your business

The more you share about the intricacies of your life, the more people will try to butt in. And you just can't have that.
Don't let people have opinions about stuff that doesn't concern them.
Don't let friends of friends judge your decisions based on a social media post.

2. It's easier to deal with your drama when no one is privy to it

Haven't you ever been sorry for sharing details about your feud with a former best friend? It always comes back to bite you in the ass.
Going through drama is exhausting enough, but when you have an active audience...God have mercy!
The fewer people who know about your life, the better.

3. You'll slowly stop caring about others' opinions of you

Honestly, it's so therapeutic! People will always have something to say, but when you stop caring, it's a whole new world.
The less material you give them, the better it will feel. And soon, you'll see how precious your quiet, private life really is.

4. Not to mention that your safety will be less compromised

Private life is a happy life, but also, a safe life! The less you share about your day online, the safer you'll be.
We all know how easy it is to track someone's location. It's actually kind of Scary. SoI strongly encourage privacy. Safety comes first.

5. It allows you to focus on the most important relationship in your life - the one with yourself

When you stop being dependent on others' comments and likes on social media, you'll realize how beneficial it is to your mental health.
It'll center you, help you focus on things that contribute to your well-being, and nurture personal relationships that actually matter.

6. It helps you connect with people on a deeper level

It's so important to surround yourself with good people. And the less likely you are to blast your intimate details on social media, the more of a people magnet you'll become!
People are more likely to open up to someone who keeps it on the down low.
They know that their secrets are safe with you. It builds trust, loyalty, and genuine connection.