Now that 2016 is slowly coming to an end, people are starting to make their New Year’s resolutions: eat better, exercise more, get a new job or save more money. But what about quitting bad habits like spending too much time on social media?

If you’ve thought about doing a social media detox, but don’t know where to start - we’ve created a guide to help you detox from Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter.

Delete social media apps from your phone

It doesn’t matter whether you use Facebook or Instagram the most - whatever you do, make sure to delete the social app you check most. If you delete Facebook, you can easily download the app again or check Facebook from your browser. In addition, you can still use Facebook Messenger, even if you delete Facebook from your phone.

Change your password

Ask a friend or a family member you love - especially one you trust - to change the password on your most used social media account. Figure out a time when that person can give you new password to break your social media detox.

Unfollow your favorite celebrities

Social media is fun because you can follow your friends who update about their lives constantly. Which they’re pretty entertaining. However, it’s not as entertaining as Buzzfeed on Facebook or Kim Kardashian on Instagram. If you’re looking to detox from social media sites like Facebook or Instagram, make sure to unfollow these pages and see how you feel afterward. After a while, you’ll realize you won’t miss Buzzfeed or Kim Kardashian all that much.

Create Rules

If you have more self control - create a rule like no social media after dinner, and make sure you stick with it. If you like to over share on Facebook, which is also a bad habit to break, try sharing your favorite photos weekly instead of daily on Facebook or Instagram. Your followers will still be there, trust us!

Browse Reddit

Instead of spending most of your time on Facebook or Twitter, browse Reddit. You can find hilarious stuff like this guy photoshopping himself into Kendall Jenner’s photos.

Delete Your Accounts

When it comes to taking a social media detox it’s hard not to bring up the following: deletion. If you’re ready to give up social media, you can start the process. This option isn’t for everyone - but if you can do it, bravo!