Do you really want to spend your days being distracted and busy? Just being entertained?
There's nothing wrong with entertainment. One of my favorite parts of me is "Entertainer Jane." Kids love her. She's goofy. She's loud and fun. Adults can take a bit of her, but you sure don't want to live with her (ask my husband -- Entertainer Jane comes out in full force when a hypomanic episode hits me and she can be downright obnoxious and irritating -- oh and I have realized when I am on the top end of the mania I experience I should NOT write any letters).
Do you want to spend your days worried about what people think about you? People you probably wouldn't give a thought too if they weren't your "friends" on social media? Do you really have that kind of time? Are you using social media to add goodness and love and God's message into the world, or is social media using you and your time and getting you down? Social media can be a very good thing, but it can be a very bad thing too.
Take this challenge if you dare:
Get in a quiet spot where there are no distractions. Take your Bible and a piece of paper/notebook and pen/pencil. Officially say hello to Jesus and tell Him you're listening. And then listen. You can write out a prayer. You can say a prayer aloud. You can read some scripture aloud. There are no rules here. God isn't going to speak above all the noise we let into ourselves. We have to get quiet. He wants to speak. Actually, He is speaking. We must take time to listen.
And after you do this (and it'd be good to do this every day -- you get closer to someone by spending time with that person. So, if we want to have a deeper relationship with Father, we need to spend time with Him), then list the people you know you want to invest in. Life is about loving God and people. Maybe list someone you have recently met who you know needs Jesus. Maybe you can start praying for that person. If you know Jesus you have the ability to have inner peace all the time! The world can't give inner peace. If you have inner peace and can't remember what it is like to not have it, ask God to remind you.
After you figure out the people you need to make a priority then think of the activies in your life that add richness to your life; activities that bring you joy, real joy. Those are the ones to keep. If there are activities in your life that drain you, that add nothing good to your life, then consider letting them go. Even if we each have decades of life left, it still isn't much time.
"What matters most to me is to finish what God started: the job the Master Jesus gave me of letting everyone I meet know all about this incredibly extravagant generosity of God." Acts 20:24