Social Media Survivor: How long can you go without social media?

Out of the 20 people asked, seniors Kathleen Early and Joshua Graves were the only two willing to take the challenge of going five days without social media. Follow their five days through these six one-minute videos – maybe they will inspire you to take the challenge yourself.

Pre-Challenge: Rules and Expectations

Day One

Day Two

Day Three

Day Four

Day Five: Reflections

Author: Jenna Nichols

Jenna Nichols is a Co-Editor-in-Chief of The Eye and part of the Morning Show production staff. The senior is enjoying her third year on staff and her seventh year at SAS. When she’s not writing articles or reporting for the newspaper, she’s probably watching The Office or eating Thai food.

4 thoughts

  1. Hey Jenna! Really enjoyed your article. Love how you split it up into each day – I could really feel Josh and Kathleen’s pain! Haha! Very entertaining. Keep the good stuff coming! 🙂

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  2. What a fabulous piece. I think Kathleen nailed it: Do an experiment. See how you feel. Don’t worry about the long term — just be in the moment and reflection on how the experiment went without the pressure of doing it forever. You’ll be a changed person no matter what. I want to share this with our middle schoolers! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  3. Great article! I would love for our entire school to unplug for 24 hours. It sounds like there were some powerful lessons learned for Kathleen and Josh. I hope you do a follow-up in a month or so to see if they’ve changed any of their behaviors. I’m definitely going to show this to my advisory group…I’m sure it will generate some good discussions.

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