Day 5 – D-Day

All is in peace at last.

I am allowed back on Facebook soon, and I will join my friends in the cyber world once again! No more feeling behind and “not up to date.” πŸ™‚

I have learned that I actually can spend less time on Facebook if I choose to set my mind on it. That way, I can actually conserve the time and use it somewhere more…efficient, such as doing homework and getting more sleep. I have decided that I will no longer be constantly attached to it.

The past few days have been hard – especially the first two days. BUT! I’m proud of myself for holding out.

Good bye, “Torture,” and hello FACEBOOK! πŸ˜€

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