Season 2 Ep 24
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Assalamu alaikum productive Muslims. Welcome to the show. I'm your host, Mr. roof and I am here with Episode 24 of the pre Ramadan bootcamp and today's episode I want to speak to you about Ramadan and social media. Now this is an important thing because social media when use the wrong way can cause a lot of time to be wasted. And so by thinking about how we're planning to use social media, we can better be able to use our time effectively. There's a really good article on this called How to fast from social media during Ramadan. And this was written by Omer ceman from thick of social media, so you can check it out in the show notes, I will link it over at productive Muslim podcast.com slash s
to e 24. Now, if fasting from technology and social media sounds impossible, then here are some tips that can also make it easy for you to control your social media usage. First of all, start cutting down your social media usage before Ramadan begins. So just by being more consciously about not mindlessly scrolling through endless Facebook, Twitter feeds would be a good start.
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The second thing you can do is to delete social media apps on your phone. You see, it's crazy how many times we check our phones a day. You know, according to some studies, it says 150 times per day. And the majority of those times is to simply check Facebook, Twitter, email, etc. So if we delete these apps, then we're less likely to mindlessly check our phone. Now the third thing you can do to help with social media usage is to have a disconnect time. So what I mean by this is have time during the day when you completely disconnect and I recommend to disconnect times during Ramadan, which is from the moment you wake up for suhoor to sunrise and from the moment you come back from
work until after thorough prayers along with that also one hour before you go to bed you should disconnect as well just so it doesn't interrupt your sleep. So these are some tips to help you cut down on social media this Ramadan. What are some other ways you're planning to cut down on social media this Ramadan? Share this on our show notes over at productive Muslim podcast.com slash is to eat 24 I look forward to reading them and I look forward to speaking to you in our next and final episode of the pre Ramadan boot camp series. So until then, all the best with your Ramadan preparation