Martin Lewis reveals ‘anxiety’ battle as he makes social media return | The Sun

MARTIN Lewis has revealed his "anxiety" battle after making a return to social media for 2023.

The Money Saving Expert took to his Twitter to open up to fans about feeling nervous to return to posting after taking some time away over the Christmas holidays.

Martin, 50, who often appears on TV to give his money saving advice, recently went on a hiatus for Christmas.

But he returned to Twitter yesterday after over two weeks off to wish his following a "Happy New Year".

"I want to wish you all a Happy New Year," he said. "Let's hope 2023's better than last year, though it's looking tough.

"This is my 1st post of the year. I do feel some anxiety about being back on social, (I really needed a break from it).

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"I am going to stick to just a few work posts for now."

The cash-savvy guru announced he was taking a break from social media to "regain headspace" last month.

Martin has had a busy year of finding savvy ways of saving during the UK's current cost of living crisis.

He recently revealed a 1p shopping trick to help people stop losing cash as food inflation hits an all-time high.

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After his hard work, the star explained he needed some much-needed time out over Christmas.

He took to his Instagram page to post a text slide which read: "That's it from me! I'm now signing off work & social media for the festive season to try and regain headspace.

"I’d like to wish all who celebrate a joyous, peaceful and warm-hearted Christmas and here's hoping for a happy New Year. Thank you for your support this year.

"And for those who find this time of year difficult, grief-filled, or lonely, may your passage through it be easy, with more smiles than you expect. See you in 2023. Martin."

Fans were quick to praise the website founder for "getting them through" the tough economic climate.

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