Five Minutes On Facebook8:00 PM
If we are "friends" on Facebook then you would know that I do not post anything on my personal profile. Well, except food, which to be honest, is nothing more than me trying to show off my cooking skills. 99% of the activity on Facebook is related to my blog and only about 1% of it about food that I consume. So what's my point? That you know more about me that my Facebook Friends (unless they too follow my blog).
However, if it were not for my blog I wouldn't be on Facebook any longer. Although, I hear that now you can sign in into Facebook Pages without having an individual profile. Hmm ... Something to think about.
Anyhoo, I got the inspiration for this post from here. But 30 minutes was wayyyy too long for an A.D.D.-person like myself. Five minutes is what I could manage at most.
5 Minutes on Facebook:
Pictures of one of my nieces posted by my cousin. Cute.
Family picture of a school classmate with her newborn. Ignore.
A positive uplifting article posted by an ex-blogger (now a friend). Have already read it. Scrolling down.
A throwback photo of an ex-colleague. Age doesn't seem to affect her looks. Lucky lady. Scrolling down.
A virtual 'check-in' at a shopping mall by a school classmate. Why should the world care? Ignore.
An article on cats. I don't care. Ignore.
Several BuzzFeed articles shared by different people. Couldn't be bothered to click. Scrolling down.
Baby pictures. Scrolling down.
Baby Pictures. Scrolling down.
More Baby Pictures. I give up!
Checking Twitter now.