I am cutting down online time

Wednesday, January 02, 2013

I have notice that I am spending too much time online. I have already stop going on facebook but I still need more time to cut down. It is just too hard to make time when you are taking care of your family & their problems. I need one more thing to let it go. Let's see how I do it
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    I agree about Facebook. A real time waster. SP takes up most of my daily on line time, and it is a lot. There is certainly room for improvement on my part.
    1626 days ago
    I plan to limit my time by doing it only while I watch the tv news (which I do for an hour max most weekdays) - haven't started the habit yet though!
    1628 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/9/2013 3:18:28 AM
    way to go on the facebook disconnect!
    isn't it ironic how a sedentary thing like sparks people is helping us lose weight?
    i am going on a tech diet when i reach my goal weight but for now, i had eased up on the sp time and i gained 10 pounds.

    1633 days ago
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    1633 days ago
    What I do is use a cooking clock / timer and set it for ten minutes. When it goes off I set it for another ten minutes. And so on. I keep the timer next to my PC.
    I still hang out at SP longer sometimes than I should, but it does help me be aware of just how much time I really spend on the PC.
    1634 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/3/2013 4:20:47 AM
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    I quit facebook last year. I find it a real time sucker and not productive or private.
    For me, SP has a lot of value because the focus is on living healthy and positive living.

    Thinking of you and wishing you well.

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