Hi my name is Adrian Kendrick and I am a Facebook addict.
Here is goes…I’m giving up Facebook. Yes, I Adrian Kendrick vow to not even so much as glance at the word Facebook for 40 days and 40 nights. I can’t even believe I just typed that last sentence.
Yes, me the girl who gets a thrill out of constantly checking her Facebook page or can’t wait to see the latest updates in her newsfeed. I am truly hooked and I need help! So I’m starting this Sunday, Dec. 5. On the 4th I will deactivate my account. Facebook is like a drug and I am absolutely positive I will have withdrawal symptoms.
Hey don’t judge me at least I can admit it!
So what am I to do besides stalk people (cough, cough) I mean log onto Facebook everyday. I’m going to report to you about what I do instead. Every time I get a craving for Facebook I’m a replace it with something else…what? Who knows?! All I know is that I will blog about the experience everyday whether it’s about my dreadful desire to log back on, or my ubber fun activity I did to keep my mind off this sick addiction. Either way I will report to you my latest progress.
I am kinda excited that I am attempting to break my obsession. Nonetheless, right now as I’m typing I have the urge to log onto Facebook-yes it’s that bad. I don’t even change my status constantly, I just like getting a glimpse of everyone else’s-yelp this is serious. I waste entirely too much time on social media.
Would you like to join me on my Facebook fast? You can do a different amount of days if you like? If so, let me know your experience also. I’d love to hear about how you overcame your addiction.
I am thankful Mark Zuckerburg invented Facebook however, maybe I can think of something just as fabulous as Facebook-if my mind wasn’t always so consumed with it?!
Are you an addict? Be honest with yourself. Don’t let it take control or you may end up like me. This break up won’t be easy, but it will be beneficial.
Wish me the best, I’m going to need it. (Sigh)