Reasons You Really Should Quit Facebook for 99 Days of Freedom

Quit Facebook and gain 99 days of freedom

We all know that we spend more time than we should on Facebook. After Facebook conducted a controversial experiment to see if they were able to manipulated people’s emotions (which they were), more people began to question whether being on the site so much was a good idea. From this questioning, an idea was born. Called 99 Days of Freedom, a campaign was launched to try to get everyone to quit Facebook for 99 days. The theory behind the quitting is that those who do quit will be happier by having a positive personal experience free from the website.

While it doesn’t appear the idea is catching on (of the over 1 billion active Facebook members, less than 15,000 have actually com


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2 Responses to Reasons You Really Should Quit Facebook for 99 Days of Freedom

  1. I can say that I’m not very addicted as before on Facebook. I wasted too much time browsing on Facebook. I don’t want to deactivate my account, but I want to open it lesser than before.

  2. Cara says:

    The kids in my family, children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews all post photos of what is happening in their lives on Facebook so I don’t want to stop using it entirely for that reason. I stopped checking it everyday when I realized it was not only a time consumer but also did tug at my emotions with some of the stuff people post. And the political and repost if you agree things are just irritating. I now only check it occasionally to catch up on family photos and happenings and for that it works for me.

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