24. februar 2013

No twitter, facebook, instagram, blog or tumblr?

I hope you've had a splendid weekend, had a chance to reload your batteries for Monday so you're prepared for another week of life :)

The highlights of my weekend was our family-blockbuster night and our massive Saturday feast!
Mum and I also played a boardgame which doesn't happen much these days with all this technology so that was very nice in particular :) 

Something I've thought about this weekend is what do I actually spend my time on? I had a big think and realized that I don't do much with my days and what a terrible waste of life that is. 
Apart from a little cleaning and a walk or two with my dog, all I do is  check my phone and computer constantly... It saddens me just thinking about how obsessed I am with Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, and all the other stupid addictive kerfuffle there is online.

So I've decided to take a break from it all and use my time more wisely on things that nurtures my soul. I haven't quite decided what that could be but I'm sure I'll figure something out as soon as the computer and phone is banned. Perhaps a walk in the forrest or a little reading? Haven't done that in a while, and I have some Jane Austen I bought in London but never got around to. Endless of possibilities, I mean, the internet is less than 30 years old, people obviously had other things to do back then! Right?

I'm not brave enough to go for a whole week so I'll start off with 48 hours with no internet. I am so scared that I won't be able to go phone&computer-less but I'm determined to do it - otherwise I'll be so disappointed and even a little digusted with myself. (harsh words!)

In the mean time I'll probably scribble down a post of 'What to do for 48 hours with no internet' - haha. 
All I have left to say now is to have a wonderful Monday and Tuesday everyone who's reading this, already excited to catch up with all your blogs and photos on Wednesday

2 kommentarer:

  1. Reading, watching films, gardening (when the weather's warmer!) and cooking up a storm are my favourite techno-less things to do!

  2. Have a fun time away...it's good to do that, there is so much more to life than being online all the time!! Have fun!! xx


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