Stop scrolling. Start creating.

Stop Scrolling. Start Creating.

All the photos.

All the updates.

All the amazing snapshots of everyone’s amazingness.

It’s just too much, isn’t it?

And yet, there we are. Again.

Scrolling through. Again.

One photo after another…

after another…

after another…

Searching for what?

I’m not sure.

And yet, I do it all the time.

I scroll through 10 pictures on Instagram before I even realize I’m on it.

I’m not thinking. I’m escaping.

I’m looking to be distracted from my own life with snapshots of everyone else’s.

We used to live annoyed by distractions. Now, it seems, we live for them.” – 101 Questions You Need to Ask in Your Twenties 

Stop Scrolling. Start Creating.

We’re scrolling too much. And creating too little.

We need to stop the constant comparison. The Obsessive Comparison Disorder.

We need to stop staring at everyone else’s success stories on social media and start creating our own. (click to tweet that)

Don’t worry about everyone’s “success” on social media. There’s an ugly side to every amazing picture they’re posting.

Focus on writing your own story instead of trying to live someone else’s.






If not now, when?

Creating is a courageous fight against “the way it’s always been.” What will you create?” – 101 Questions You Need to Ask in Your Twenties

Instead of complaining about everything wrong with this world, let’s start creating something right.


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