I will be honest. I do not like Twitter. It is easily my least favorite social media/networking platform. This may in part be due to the fact that I had to use Twitter extensively for a job that I burned out pretty hard on, so I may be biased from that. However, lately I have been trying to make friends with Twitter, even if it’s more like logging on every few months, retweeting and liking a few things, and then logging off until the next time.
I follow a handful of twitter accounts related to health stuff, as you can see from the picture below:
I have to say that I do get the digest emails from Twitter and somewhat enjoy glancing through them. Sometimes they’ll even prompt me to log in to like or retweet something from the email. I do enjoy looking through my newsfeed from time to time, but it’s just not a core part of my information and social media habits. There’s something about it that I can’t put my finger on that doesn’t mesh with the way I use social media. Most of the time, I forget that it’s even there. I don’t think I’ll ever love Twitter, but I think with time I might be able to remember it more than once every three months.