Thanks for asking why you can’t find Dreamfarm on instagram or facebook.
We could explain why we’re not on social media. We could quote interviews from former leaders at all the major platforms, describe the millennial malaise we felt from having to develop and maintain “personal brands,” cite research on the negative effects of too much screen-time, or decry the capitalist commandeering of leisure time. However, word on the street is that talking about why you’re not on social media is the new talking about your vegan lifestyle or cross-fit conversion. God knows we don’t want to go there. Ultimately, the only reason that matters is that it didn’t make us feel too good.
Many of our friends use social media to build their small businesses, sell their art, and share their music. They are hustling, and hustling hard. They share photos of families and friends and make people feel loved. How rad is that? We appreciate our friends’ creative capacities to do what they do, and to share it with the world. Honestly, we still peep your profiles from time to time from the shadows.
So, instead of explaining why we’re not on social media, let’s just say that we might miss you, but we don’t miss it. Wanna make a plan to meet up instead?