Reducing information overload without inter-wilderness hyper isolation

I consider my cable Internet connection a utility.  I budget it as a utility and I treat it as such.  My Internet connection is as imperative as running water.  That being said I also tend to be an info-maniac, to the point where I once got bored with suddenly knowing the answer to every single trivial question I pondered.

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We’re an all or nothing society.  To make up for our obesity we deprive ourselves of food.  Too save a little bit of money we gorge ourselves silly spending more buying in bulk.  There are people who scour the Internet searching for ways to live off the grid.  I myself am guilty of these same things.  After a few weeks of nonstop nightly television news, morning commute time news radio, Internet blogs, rss feeds, productivity, self help, hack this, hack that I get a painful yearning to head to the mountains and shut down.  The longer I go without shutting down the worse I become.  But it doesn’t have to be all or nothing, and too am slowly acclimating to normalcy.

Here are some ways tp reduce information overload.  Just remember everything in moderation.

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One Response to Reducing information overload without inter-wilderness hyper isolation

  1. Thanks for mentioning me. Much appreciated 🙂

    Love & Gratitude,
    Tina
    Think Simple Now. ~ Clarity & Happiness

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