The November election certainly stirred things up. Even if your preferred candidates won you’ve likely felt some upheaval thanks to relentless Internet uproar, which in some cases led to un-friending – and even un-familying – over political differences.
And if your candidates didn’t prevail? The temptation might be to dig a hole, crawl in and pull it in after you – after you get done un-friending your Facebook buds and cutting yourself off from relatives.
Don’t do that. Instead, take some advice from online course expert David Siteman Garland.
“Your social media is your social media. If you want to talk politics on there all day, that’s your right,” he said in an e-newsletter.
“However…there are better ways to spend your time.”