Country Grammy nominee announces her sudden break from social media Instagram/@KelseaBallerini

Let’s face it. We’ve all sat down at our computers or picked up our phones for a “quick” check of our social pages only to look up an hour…or two…or three later. We have a love/hate relationship with social media. It’s a great way to stay in touch with friends and family, catch up on the latest news, trends and gossip, and even get motivated and inspired.

But it can be a time suck.

More and more, we’re seeing entertainers step away from their social feeds. Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard took a hiatus from social media last year for several months so he could focus on his new marriage, his family and his music.

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Now, as her career is reaching new heights, beautiful, talented and newly engaged Kelsea Ballerini is taking a vacation from Twitter, Instagram and Facebook as well. As country fans had notice, Kelsea had been busy on her social media channels as of late, sharing multiple pictures from her recent vacation — which makes this announcement that much more surprising!

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free as we'll ever be.

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In a thoughtful post on Jan. 19, she shared the reasons why. She explained that following her extended holiday vacation, she’s feeling too inspired to let it go to waste. “My creativity and inspiration are bursting at the seams…and for the next 2 weeks I’m going to dive into that and see what I can find,” she wrote.

Kelsea says that she is only taking two weeks off and during that time, she has a team who will keep her friends posted on any new developments, but she also says that during that time, “I want to make sure that every second is spent with intention and focus so I can make something beautiful to share with you guys when it’s ready and when I’m ready.”

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Hey, it sounds like there might be new music coming. So if Kelsea needs a couple of weeks, we say “go for it!”

Country music’s “it girl” isn’t the only one taking a break fro the drain of social media. Texas artist, Bart Crow, whose three sons are almost as entertaining as his music, also shared that he was taking a respite to write and raise his “murder of crows.”

We’ll be waiting y’all!

Based in Nashville, Tammy is a 20-year veteran of the country music community. She has worked in marketing, PR and artist development in the past. Follow her @TammyGooGoo and join the conversation @RareCountry
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