Taylor Swift: Know “When to Put the Phone Down and Experience Your Life”

It’s that philosophy that keeps Taylor tweeting only once a week or so.

photo by ABC/Ida Mae Astute

OK, so you’ve seen where Sheryl Crow and Kip Moore have said they want fans to put down their phones at their concerts.

Taylor Swift is taking that a step further.

“One of the most important things about social media is knowing when to put the phone down and experience your life,” Taylor tells Teen Vogue.

It’s that philosophy that keeps Taylor tweeting only once a week or so.

“I don't want to seem like I always have my phone out looking for the next thing to upload,” she says.

Besides, Taylor adds, “If I were to tweet what I'm doing every minute, all you'd get would be pictures of me watching TV with my cat and you'd be depressed for me!”

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