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Simplifying Social Media• Podcast Ep 99

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Social media is something people ask me about all the time. Today I am tackling the subject and how we can live with social media. It doesn’t have to be so hard! Let’s face it, social media isn’t going anywhere, so how do we live in a world that is saturated with it? The answer is simple. Listen in today to find out how I deal with social media in my personal life and in our family.

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We have created a SIMPLE printable for you to keep in your journal or hang at your computer to remind you how to filter what goes in your mind (Philippians 4:8) and where you are spending your time. Accountability is so helpful!

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Missed the Last Episode?—>Simple Summer-Slowing Down to Enjoy the Days • Podcast Ep 98

Also—>What I Learned From Purging Clutter•Podcast 96

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