With her recent additions, Kardashian now follows 104 people on the social media site, including her famous family and friends like Beyoncé. The Selfish author also returned to Twitter shortly after her robbery at gunpoint, though she only reduced the accounts she was following from 121 to 106.
Kardashian's app, meanwhile, has continued to post new content, with the help of her friends and family. Brother Rob Kardashian and her assistant, Stephanie Sheppard, both recently shared photos of the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star for Halloween.
Though Kardashian appears to be selectively returning to social media, a source told ET last week that she was still considering how to break her silence on her terrifying robbery.
"Kim is not looking to monetize from this incident and do a big interview that will be solely focused on this incident," the source said, adding that Kardashian will most likely address the robbery in a magazine interview for Vogue, Vanity Fair or Harper's Bazaar. "She doesn't want to relive this again. She is truly in no rush to get back into the spotlight."
The mother of two did, however, discuss the robbery on camera for Keeping Up With the Kardashians, a source connected to the E! reality show revealed.
"She filmed with Kourtney and Khloe," the source said. "Kourtney and Khloe were real and open and didn't hold back during the intimate conversation."