Fighting against Internet Addiction

Did you know that on Thursday 1st September this blog celebrated his 1st month anniversary?? 😀 Happy birthday my dear WordPress blog!!!

Anyway since Friday the 2nd at 11.00 a.m. I tried not to surf on the internet at all… Friday afternoon was great because I wasn’t at home – was hanging with my family – and therefore I didn’t even wander about it.

My father often tells me that internet is like a drug to me and I think it’s true: If I have time I can even open my laptop just before going to school… and after school I actually open it all the time until I go to bed. Of course I do multitasking therefore my homework doesn’t suffer from lack of attention. I especially am addicted because I know there are always lots of mail I need to check, whether it be from my WordPress subscriptions, Youtube notifications, blogger mail, twitter… and I hate to have too much mail unread therefore I check my mail very often.

On Saturday the 3rd I went shopping since morning… and I didn’t have that desire to sign in anymore… the addiction was going away… but anyway I didn’t do much yesterday… I just felt I needed some relaxation: away from schoolwork and from computer 🙂 and it worked! 🙂

Then in the evening I thought that more than 24 hours has been enough because I always fear that my inbox will overload… anyways I’m still an internet addict, I’m proud to be one, but sometimes, this should be treated…

Internet addiction kills real life relationships and distracts us from our studies sometimes, but it also enhances my general knowlegde and my business management abilities – by monitoring 2 blogs – and also my writing skills! 😀

Therefore, I’m against Internet Addiction as much as I’m for it! 😛 if you get the meaning…

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4 thoughts on “Fighting against Internet Addiction

  1. I’ve been addicted too the internet for over a decade now. It’s been a lot worse, but just remember not to neglect people around you. I’m such a social media addict too… I was one of the first on Myspace and Facebook (when it was only open to college students) and now I have an account on virtually every social networking site. It probably isn’t a good thing, but it’s more of a curiosity than anything. Anyway, you’re not alone in this addiction!

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