Author - idolor

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SFS: Day 17
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Excuse me, young ‘un
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SFS: Day 15
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SFS: Day 13
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SFS: Day 11
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Like fine wine
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SFS: Day 9
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SFS: Day 7
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SFS: Day Five
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SFS: Day 3

SFS: Day 17

A little more than two weeks gone in this challenge and I’m beginning to feel good about it. So good that I’m considering certain permanent adjustments to my social media use afterwards. Getting ahead of yourself, aren’t you, lady? Complete the challenge first, then you can tackle that bridge when you get to it. I’m also thinking of my next challenge for next month as well.

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SFS: Day 15

Almost half way through, and I’m still alive and kicking.  For the first time (read: weekend) since this challenge began, I’m actually not hankering to log onto Facebook. Or feel like I’m missing out on other peoples’ lives. Or having withdrawal symptoms from lack of social media surfing.  I had more time today to read, read and snooze in between. I’ve also discovered there’s a significant time lapse between my checking – in on WhatsApp, especially when a message or several come in.   Something good emerges from this abstinence. 

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SFS: Day 13

At this point of the challenge, I may have reached the peak of my withdrawal symptoms. The weekend’s approaching and I seem to be at peace with it. Not looking forward to it as usual because of my Facebook time but accepting there would be no social media scrolling instead. And I’m not at my wits’ end. Is this progress or what?

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SFS: Day 11

Less than two weeks into this challenge and I already doubt my tenacity to keep at it. Today was no different: the withdrawal symptoms reared its head. Strange because it’s still a couple of days before my scheduled social media period. Once again I ask: how are social media addicts – with multiple ac counts  in various platforms – coping? With only Facebook to my name, I ‘m this close to a wreck, and 19 days to go.  

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SFS: Day 7

It’s another Friday. Before now, I looked forward to the weekend because it was, well, the weekend and my Facebook time. Not today. And it’s just day seven. Why did I think this challenge would be a walk in the park? Week one and I’m this close to climbing the wall. And all of my social media is Facebook. How are the addicts faring?!    

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