Driving with FaceBook

Driving with FaceBook is dangerous. I realized this my first day free of FaceBook on my phone. During slow traffic times where I perceived it to be safe from all hazards, I found my hand doing what it does commonly while in traffic. That is, reaching for the phone either in my pocket or in the middle console and unlocking it to check FaceBook. The fact that this had become habitual enough for me to do it even when I had already uninstalled the application from my #Android phone was disturbing to me. I wonder how often I FaceBook in my sleep? 

I searched Google.com for some solutions in avoiding FaceBook. I found these handy applications that are easily installed.

This one is a Chrome extension and helps the user limit their activity on specified websites. You can program it to make you solve a puzzle before changing the settings in those desperate fiendish moments of trying to get back on FaceBook. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/stayfocusd/laankejkbhbdhmipfmgcngdelahlfoji?hl=en

I also found this application that may come in handy for those of you obsessed with television shows. I would utilize this application for other reasons than the one specified in this article, but still, worth looking in to. 


Now allow me to boast about the fact that I abstain from television at great costs. I admit, I will watch PBS every now and then. Once this season I did tune in to the new Cosmos series and was pretty thrilled. When it comes to visual activities that aren’t FaceBook, I prefer Charlie Chaplin on YouTube.com 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTt2f-DReYY Listen to that piano.


Here is a helpful hint I added to WikiHow today while not browsing FaceBook Image



Also, cool wolf shirt. http://www.blackcraftcult.com/product/wolf-star


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