Rebecca Hendin / BuzzFeed 1. Unfollow somebody who annoys you. etsy.com If you do one thing this week, do this. I cannot advocate for it enough. Be it on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, UNFOLLOW THAT PERSON. Do you need to see passive-aggressive status updates in the morning? Do you want to be presented with a tweet reacting in an annoying way to a new event? Do you crave a heavily filtered photo of someone's #EatClean lunch? Rid your life of annoyance, and breathe a sigh of relief. Buy this print here. 2. And replace them with something that makes you happy. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @little_maisey "I follow hardly any people I actually know on Instagram. My feed is about 95% cats, and every morning I go through it and just like absolutely everything. Cats are great, you can't be jealous of a cat, and it feels good to spread some love. All cat instagram accounts are good. This is my fave at the moment."That's my tip. Only follow cats ever. I follow my faves on Facebook too." – Flo Perry 3. Then put your phone down. Terri Pous / BuzzFeed "I've been trying to leave my phone in other rooms when I'm around the house so I can focus on reading a book, or watching the telly, or staring into space, so I don't obsessively check the internet every second of the day. "On that note, I've also turned notifications off all my social media apps. That way I still check into them now and again, but not every single time an alert pops up." – Laura Silver 4. And go for a walk. Flickr: bartvandorp / Via Creative Commons In terms of apps, Map My Walk is a good place to start. And if you need some inspiration:16 Breathtaking Walks To Take In London17 Jaw Dropping British Hikes You Must Do Before You Die5 Breathtaking Pub Walks To Take In Edinburgh14 Breathtaking Scottish Walks To Add To Your Travel Bucket List 5. Try a hack you've always read about. Flo Perry / BuzzFeed Recently, I tried five different blonde shampoos (sharing with a friend) to see which was best for me. It was surprisingly fun, and even though it was for an article, I really enjoyed paying attention to the factors that made me enjoy a product. You don't have to splash out though, after reading about it online, Tabatha tried out using argan oil, and is now a big fan:"I started using Moroccan argan oil on my hair six months ago, and it looks soooo much thicker and glossier than it ever has. I rub a pea-sized amount into my hands and apply it from the middle of my hair down to the ends every morning. I also apply it to the ends of my hair liberally every time I go swimming (sorry other swimmers) to make sure the chlorine doesn't dry out my hair. It's really cheap and 100% worth it." – Tabatha Leggett 6. Get in touch with your body. Chelsey Pippin "I love this kikki k health tracker, and I love that it's not part of my phone, which gives me a bit more autonomy on how I use it. "I find fitness tracker apps to be a bit *triggering*, especially with push notifications and the competitive, overly analytic attitude they seem to promote. While there's a space for it, I don't count calories (and because it's not on my phone it doesn't automatically log them in!), but I do use it to get an idea of what food I eat, how good I'm feeling, and how I'm sleeping, and to pat myself on the back when I do work out! "I love that it's not dated so if I miss a few days I don't have to go back and look at blank pages and feel like I screwed up, and I love that it includes goal pages with rewards!" – Chelsey Pippin 7. And love that body too. Kaye Toal / BuzzFeed I cannot recommend this essay by Kaye enough. There are lots of sections where I found myself nodding furiously along, and certain sections may resonate with you more, but here's one to chew on:"Someone else is a completely different person, after all, with a completely different genetic makeup, a completely different lifestyle, and completely different goals and priorities. Neither of us is better than the other; we’re both rad." Enjoyed this post? Catch up on previous weeks' editions here.