I gave up my facebook approximately 19 days, 7 hours and 25 minutes ago. But who’s counting.
19 days, 7 hours and 25 minutes ago, I felt free. I felt like I would have all of this time to do things that I’ve been procrastinating on because so-in-so posted pictures of her adorable child, or because my bff called and said I had to check out a long lost friend and her new body-building profile pic… or whatever it was that kept me so drawn to Facebook. I felt lighter than a cloud… I could do all of those chores that I so needed to get done. I could bake all those pies that need to be baked because we’re 6 weeks behind on our ‘pie of the week’ project… It was a wonderful feeling.
Until the withdrawl hit. Then… not such a wonderful feeling.
My name is Kirby and I am 20 days free of Facebook. It feels good but it is so sad because I naturally feel like I should check my Facebook everytime I log onto a computer. It’s eye-opening. Consider my eyes wide open. Wide open and a little bored.
I’m not saying all of this to make you deactivate your account in any way. I’m just preparing you for what I’m about to share… I began to fill my time on Pinterest. Don’t worry, I have a set time limit of what I can spend on there… calm down, there’s no need for an intervention here. I promise.
Anyway, since the holidays are right around the corner (eek! It’s November! My third favorite month!!!) I’ve checking out homemade ideas and crafts that I can do during the cold, snowy, dreary days that Indiana is so famous for… and I thought I would share with you some things that are on my “Craft Ideas” pin board.
So these are the projects that I so desperately want to do and make for Christmas gifts or just even decorations for my work-in-progress home… which one do you think I should work on first??