I want to spend less time on the internet; I assume most people nowadays feel the same way. I have not improved at all since the calendar flipped over to 2012. I feel comfortable in assuming this is the case for most people who try to cut internet social interaction out of their lives. I know one person on FB who has just replaced his FB forum time with tweets and FB comments. FB COMMENT. It doesn’t get
It took me about a month, but I finally did some intense exercise in 2012. And it was only due to the insistence of my friends. And it was only for 15 effective minutes out of a total 30. I better take at least a couple of runs this week or else the indoor soccer game I have next Friday is going to be an unmitigated disaster.
I’m not sure how much I need to expand on this topic, considering the initial section of this blog post. I did get the number of another bartender on Monday night, though. Unfortunately, it ended up being the wrong number. I figured this would happen after I asked the girl for her number, I typed it into my phone knowing it was wrong, asked her if the last four digits I had typed into my phone were right, she said they were wrong, and I typed them in half-heartedly knowing they were wrong yet again but didn’t want to ask a third time. Me.
I also have replaced one unhealthy online obsession (which existed in the real world for a short period of time) with another unhealthy online obsession. Is this progress?