After a month away from Twitter, Martin Lewis is back with an honest post about stress.
MARTIN LEWIS has returned to social media today after taking a well-deserved sabbatical to spend time with friends and family.
Martin Lewis, 49, of ITV, has returned to Twitter after a month away from the media to spend time with his family.
Due to the tension that social media causes, he returned with glee and doom.
Returning is honestly a little scary for me.
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As he addressed the online community for the first time since July 29, the presenter delivered an update on the resumption of The Martin Lewis Money Show Live.
“Boo!” he said in his first post.
Martin’s reappearance drew a fast response from money-saving devotees.
“Boo!” exclaimed one user. Thank you for returning! There’s plenty to chew on. I’m sure you don’t know where to begin.”
Martin then replied to his 1.1 million followers with a formal message.
“Hello and good morning,” he said. I hope you’re all doing well.
“Today is my first day back here after a month away from the media. Returning is honestly a little scary for me.
“I’ve realized how much of my stress comes from social media. So, for the time being, I’m striving to keep things calm!”
Many people were ready to fill the expert in on what had been going on during his vacation.
“It’s changed while you were gone,” one said. On Twitter, there is no longer any polarity; at worst, there is courteous and respectful disagreement.”
“I was just thinking you were due back and here you are, hope you liked your break,” added another.
Martin also announced that The Martin Lewis Money Show will be back in the near future.
“Angelica, the team, and I will be restarting @itvMLshow live on Thursday nights from the end of this month, running through March (gulp),” he wrote to a tweet.
The expert co-hosts the show with Angellica Bell, 45, and the show has surpassed three million viewers.
“Great news,” a fan said, “I don’t mind being ripped off if Angelica can straighten it out for me.”
Martin declared over a month ago that he would be taking a well-deserved break.
“Ta-ta for now,” he said. I’m getting ready to embark on a Summer Social Sabbatical.
“For a few weeks, I’ll be offline, focusing instead on family, resting, exercise, golf, time to think, and watching athletics.”
Users were sad to see him go, but they didn’t have to worry because his coworkers took over.