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How do I block myself from visiting a website after having already going to it twice before in the same day?

I'm trying to impose a self-block in Google Chrome, maybe an extension would help, where it would deny access to a particular website if I've already been x times already.

I just catch myself going to Facebook more than twice a day and this sadly happens with me not really being aware of it. Such an extension should help me curb those unnecessary visits.

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You should give the Chrome Extension StayFocusd a try.

It doesn't restrict you based on visits but time spent on each site. You can configure the time allowed for sites and also the time period in which StayFocusd operates i.e 9am - 5pm etc.

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does similar thing exist for Safari? –  flow Oct 2 '11 at 20:13
    
Thats even better! Thank you! –  Christian Strang Oct 3 '11 at 11:37

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