Media Diet


I’m back from England. The trip was interesting and hysterical and eye-opening and even entailed some serious drama. That’s all for another post.

Just wanted to check in and say that I was incommunicado for the entire week I was away and loved every minute of it. I didn’t bother to upgrade my dumbphone to an international plan because my mom and brother have smartphones and therefore had access to a free texting app. I attempted to check my email, but Microsoft’s security level proved to be pretty high. In order to log into my account, I needed to have a code texted to my phone. No phone = no email.

I had 689 emails waiting for me upon my return. Of those 689, I only cared to read 124 of them.

I knew I received a lot of junk email, but wow. That is A LOT of junk email. I am going to unsubscribe to a number of lists. And I’m also going to make a conscious effort to spend less time surfing around online. If I used social media, I would cut back on that too. Want to go on a media diet with me?


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