No Internet is a blessing in disguise

OK, so let me just start off by saying that I probably visited the library about every week now. Since I have no internet access (blame my dad for grounding me for the 9320230438483th time..) I literally take the trip to the library every week. And by trip I mean walk 30-40 minutes to the library. To be honest I enjoy walking outside, it gives me fresh air and some exercise, even though I try to work out every other day.

You’re probably wondering how the hell I can survive with no internet. Beats me! I guess I’ve grown accustomed to not “depend” on internet so much, so that I could actually survive everyday. SOmetimes you just have to unplug from your electronic devices and enjoy things that’s besides phones and laptops.

Now look, I’m not doing a cleanse or whatever, I never asked to be grounded 24/7, but honestly, sometimes I feel that the internet can be kinda depressing. Especially for people like me who suffers with SA a bit, its kinda overwhelming to log onto Facebook and find people doing “Exciting” things like partying and drinking and whatnot. I try to not let that bother me so much as I try to limit my Facebook usage. (HAA who uses Facebook anymore..?)

Anyways the point is, maybe we should all unplug ourselves from this crazy world, you would be amazed that just enjoying (physical) time with family and friends (or even with yourself) is a lot more relaxing than going to see who’s drunk on Facebook and who/s hooking up with who, blah blah blah.

DO not get me wrong, I enjoy the internet. You can see many different things on the internet, you can watch videos, go through people’s blogs, chat with people who have common interests as you on forums etc. But all I’m saying, don’t immerse yourself too much on the internet, we live in a 3D world…not a world through a LED screen.

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