So how have I coped without being on line at home? I've survived, but it's been extremely irritating.
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For the first time in years I am doing a qualification that requires lots of reading and lots of internet learning. So the consequence of no internet at home is that my studying is restricted to mornings and evenings at the office. Makes for a long day.
I thought I would be much more irritated by the inability to go on line, email my buddies, check out something I saw on TV via search engine... but it hasn't been that hard. The consequence is that I have done a lot less sitting around with my computer on my lap.
All this newly released time should mean that I have got lots of other things done but, in reality, I have to confess to having watched a lot of rubbish TV. The difference being, I am not multi-tasking. Instead of doing two things (watching TV and checking my emails, for example), I have been restricted to one. To watching the TV. Goodness, what a way to waste a life.
Would losing computer access upset you? Would you find it seriously challenged your preferred life style? I think I need to try complete abstinence at some point in the future - but not until my studies are over.
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Cheat source: I did have my mobile phone still