Some Facebook enthusiasts (It seems wrong to call them “junkies” doesn’t it?) are abstaining from Facebook for the 40 days of Lent which begins today.
The urge to click must be quenched.
The need to share must be stifled … if only for 40 days.
In a recent story in The Wall Street Journal, one Facebook faithful mom admitted that her time on Facebook kept her from playing with children.
One wonders how they will make it that long at a time when the popularity of such social sites as Facebook and MySpace just keeps growing.
For those who need help, Steve Johnson at the Chicago Tribune recently posted his 10 suggestions for quitting Facebook this Lenten season.
Click here to read Johnson’s tips: Quitting Facebook.
What are you giving up, by the way?
Facebook or are you on a more traditional Lenten fast of meat, sweets or alcohol?
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