What was your relationship to technology this year? How do you want to change that relationship next year?

My relationship to technology was interesting. My family decided to do something interesting – cut off the cable. We realized that we weren’t really watching it because we were rarely home, but it also was one of our most expensive bills! What happened was wonderful – we started using our time in productive ways. We do have Netflix which we use to watch movies, and we are also big fans of Hulu & OVGuide which we use to watch our favorite TV shows. The thing about our relationship to technology is that we are no longer spending hours in front of the TV. When we do watch TV programs we are very targeted in the time that we spend doing it.

Now the internet for me is an entirely different thing. I wasn’t as addicted to Twitter this year as I was in 2010, but I was addicted to Facebook. So addicted in fact that I get Facebook updates on my phone *blush*. I’m also addicted to surfing the internet (particularly pinterest). Next year I would like to limit my social networking/pinterest/google reading to one hour per day AND THAT’S IT! I’m also going to turn off the automatic update on my cell phone and only use my phone for making phone calls & checking e-mail.

I want to do something a bit “old school” next year, and start using a timer for certain things. I will literally set a timer for the time that I want to spend on a task and stick to it strictly. Technology didn’t rule my life this year as much as it has in the past. I actually enjoy going “off the grid.”

#Reverb11 is a reflection tool. Please see more info here brought to us by Kandice Washington Cole: http://us2.campaign-archive2.com. Kandice Washington Cole also happens to be one of my besties! I love her prompts!

Co-Founder & Executive Director of Donda's House, Inc. Wife to Che "Rhymefest" Smith. Believer. Writer. Scrapbooker. ΣΓΡ.

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