I Corinthians 6:12
All things are lawful unto me, but all things are not expedient: all things are lawful for me, but I will not be brought under the power of any.
Meet Leechblock. This is a productivity tool that allows you to block certain sites at certain times of the day. Even if you don’t need help with “productivity,” it can have immense value for Christians struggling with self-control.
If you find value in remaining a member of a silly and addictive site such as Facebook (I don’t CARE if you disagree with me on the value of FB :)), but find you can’t keep off it when you shouldn’t be there, Leechblock is for you. If you keep going back to THAT blog, or that news site, and you actually really have use for going there when appropriate, but struggle with self-control, this is a gift for you.
If it is ok for you to go there, but not stay there for an hour, have it shut you down after ten minutes, or whatever you set.
If you don’t use Firefox but lack of self-control in this is a problem for you, perhaps getting help with self-control is more important than browser preference. I understand that Chrome has a similar extension.
What is worse than lacking self-control?
and being too stupid to admit it
and take advantage of available help to bring it under control.