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How To Beat Facebook Addiction

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Despite the best efforts of endless baby photos, humblebragging, and pictures of distinctly average food, we still can't get ourselves off Facebook. It is, essentially, quite a fun way to keep in touch with people, and - let's face it - waste some time.

But if you've had enough of the little blue icon, and are sick of lining Zuckerberg's pockets with more of your information to sell, there are ways to wean yourselves off the site.

This infographic, created by whoishostingthis.com, details a series of easy stops to rid yourself of those friends-that-aren't-friends, and to stop spending your life checking how many likes your witty comment has racked up.

Speaking of which, hopefully this article will get loads of likes and shares, right?

(Images: whoishostingthis.com/Shutterstock)

How to beat Facebook Addiction

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