I recently quit Twitter and deleted my account. 14 years, 25,000 posts and thousands of hours gone. The withdrawal was real. From hitting delete, I almost immediately felt a sense of loss. Loss of my dopamine community. Within hours I’d downloaded Reddit and Tumblr. A knee-jerk reaction. I deleted them again shortly after. I don’t need a replacement for Twitter. Because the real world is richer and more vibrant than its digital form ever will be. To embrace digital minimalism – focus on what is gained, not what is lost.