Not Happy? Join the Revolt Against Facebook with the 99 Days Challenge

Do you ever feel the shackles of our Facebook-oriented generation weighing you down? The likes, the statuses, the updates … the ridiculousness of it all. While NMR enjoys a good selfie just as much as the next person, ever since the Facebook mood experiment debacle, we can relate to the social commentary jibber jabber about the pitfalls of social media.

If these sentiments seem to ring a bell with your techy heart, then you may just be ready to unlock your shackles with the 99 Days of Freedom challenge. Created by Just B.V., a Dutch creative agency, the challenge calls people to stay off Facebook for 99 days and take periodic happiness surveys throughout the experience.

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There is a plethora of research out on the interwebs that could state to you statistically the pros and cons of leaving social media. But numbers are just numbers, boys and girls, so this is one experiment that you’ll simply need to try for yourself.

Check out the experiment here if the Facebook-free lifestyle is calling your name.

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