I could not do it. I had to coordinate a meeting with my friends on Friday and Saturday. The only way I can reach them was through text messages because I did not have their phone numbers written down or memorized nor do they live close to me. But, not accessing social media networks like Facebook was easy for me to do, I think? Throughout the weekend I was entertained with my family and friends so I really had no need to access social media anymore (this supports Watkin’s view on how we use social media sites to coordinate meetings, events, reach close friends, etc.). However, I found myself unconsciously launching the Facebook application twice without any intention to coordinate any sort of event or contact anyone-even though I did not want to access Facebook!; I guess I just became accustomed to launching the Facebook application whenever I was alone. When I caught myself doing this, I immediately closed the application without even looking at the newsfeed. One thing I learned from this experiment is that I depend on my mobile phone too much. I should really have alternative ways to communicate with those I wish to contact; this can be achieved through contacting them via landline phone (which would require me to have their phone numbers written down somewhere). I would also really like to make a conscious effort to not launch Facebook every time I get the opportunity to. There are a million other things I can do!