Forget Dry January, people are trying to quit something much harder than booze this January – Facebook.
The 99 Days project has seen its number of quitters triple this month – and its founder says that most people feel ‘happier’ after doing so.
Around a quarter of people who manage to quit Facebook for the full 99 days also quit for good, according to Merijn Straathof (the man behind 99 Days).
Data from the project will be used in university research projects at Leiden University and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam to work out why some people find Facebook so addictive – and what happens when you quit.
Speaking to Metro.co.uk, Straathof says, ‘We’re not saying everyone should. But for us the idea of not using Facebook was a very… Read the full story
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