1 hr 53 min

Social media and our mental health with Katie Williams Plant Proof - Plant Based Nutrition & Inspirational Stories

    • Fitness

In Episode 63 I sit down with Australian athlete, media personality, podcaster and health advocate Katie Williams to chat about social media and controlling our environment to stay present, live in reality & essentially optimise our life for happiness.

In this episode we cover:

• Katie's experiences with social media
• Pros & Cons of Social Media
• Is social media an addiction?
• Creating boundaries and healthy habits for social media and phone use
• What is reality?
• The idea of controlling your environment including how Katie determines who she follows or unfollows
• Impressionable age groups and social media
• Gratification from real world experiences
• Purpose behind posting & using social media to create positivity
• Periods without social media and the #offline48 concept I heard about through Max La Manna
• and much more

Hope you enjoy this episode friends. Little different to previous ones but so relevant to the world that we find ourselves in.

REVIEW/SHARE:

If you enjoyed the episode and have a spare 1-2 minutes please leave a review on iTunes so the Plant Proof podcast ranks higher and becomes more discoverable for other listeners. And if you have any friends that you think will benefit from listening to this episode or any of the other Plant Proof episodes please share the link - together we can make this world a healthier place.

Currently, the Plant Proof podcast can be listened to on iTunes, Google Podcasts (note: use the google podcast app not google play), Spotify, Stitcher, Soundcloud or on the Plantproof.com directly. If you listen on iTunes be sure to hit 'subscribe'or 'follow' on Spotify so you are instantly notified when I release new episodes each week.

Of course, if you loved the episode. Share your feedback on social media and tag Katie and myself (@plant_proof) - we'd love to hear from you!

Hope you enjoy the episode friends.

Simon Hill
Creator of Plantproof.com - your FREE resource for plant based nutrition information

In Episode 63 I sit down with Australian athlete, media personality, podcaster and health advocate Katie Williams to chat about social media and controlling our environment to stay present, live in reality & essentially optimise our life for happiness.

In this episode we cover:

• Katie's experiences with social media
• Pros & Cons of Social Media
• Is social media an addiction?
• Creating boundaries and healthy habits for social media and phone use
• What is reality?
• The idea of controlling your environment including how Katie determines who she follows or unfollows
• Impressionable age groups and social media
• Gratification from real world experiences
• Purpose behind posting & using social media to create positivity
• Periods without social media and the #offline48 concept I heard about through Max La Manna
• and much more

Hope you enjoy this episode friends. Little different to previous ones but so relevant to the world that we find ourselves in.

REVIEW/SHARE:

If you enjoyed the episode and have a spare 1-2 minutes please leave a review on iTunes so the Plant Proof podcast ranks higher and becomes more discoverable for other listeners. And if you have any friends that you think will benefit from listening to this episode or any of the other Plant Proof episodes please share the link - together we can make this world a healthier place.

Currently, the Plant Proof podcast can be listened to on iTunes, Google Podcasts (note: use the google podcast app not google play), Spotify, Stitcher, Soundcloud or on the Plantproof.com directly. If you listen on iTunes be sure to hit 'subscribe'or 'follow' on Spotify so you are instantly notified when I release new episodes each week.

Of course, if you loved the episode. Share your feedback on social media and tag Katie and myself (@plant_proof) - we'd love to hear from you!

Hope you enjoy the episode friends.

Simon Hill
Creator of Plantproof.com - your FREE resource for plant based nutrition information

1 hr 53 min