Tend to your social feeds as
you would to a garden.
Plant with intention and stay on top of the weeds. Start right now with an inventory of the posts and messages that are competing for your attention. Get rid of the noise and negative influences. While you’re at it, share a positive quote or message to lift up your friends.
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