I had one accidental click, but then removed the shortcut button.
I was able to clean the junk room like I’ve been planning on doing for the past few months.
Now that I’m not just scrolling through endless posts on my Facebook wall I’m finding that hanging around on the internet isn’t all that appealing. This results in me logging off and actually doing stuff I need to do rather than just stare at the screen. I didn’t get any writing done yesterday, but I felt that hanging around the laptop would be somewhat counter-productive.
I’m looking forward to Day 2 and I’m going to start rationing my time on the Facebook to 30 minutes a day max. 10 minutes in the morning, afternoon, and evening mostly because I use it to keep in contact with various people. Transferring to only e-mail correspondence is an option, but I do enjoy reading about the life events and such of my digital friends.
As I stated in my somewhat disconnect post yesterday, one of my beta-readers was supposed to get back to me tomorrow, and I really enjoy her input. This alone is making me itchy to log-in to check my messages. At first I was a little jumpy to send silly photos to my wife- she is less than three feet away I can just show her if I really want to share.
Luckily tweeting, tumbling, and reddit-ing never really hooked my interest.