A waste of time that takes away from time spent with him. I'm a night owl as it is but now with owning a laptop that I can sit myself down comfortably anywhere and still type away, I tend to blog more and it really get's to him. And no, I'm not online all day, just in case you're wondering. I do think it's important as bloggers to take notice in the amount of time you spend online so that it doesn't show that you're putting your family as second in your life. And if you do notice being online has become addicting for you than I really think it's wise to literally ask a good friend to store your computer or laptop at their home for a couple of days. Yes I realize if you have a desk top computer it might be a pain to unwire everything but it's worth it if being on your computer is getting in the way of your family time. And it will speak volumes to your family to see you take this step. You'll really be surprised by how much you've missed out on with your family and also with how much freed up time you have once your computer is out of the way. Seriously! But don't get me wrong; I see nothing wrong with bloggin and social networks as they are a way to connect with the rest of the world. I'm just saying that IF you notice your family complaining and nagging you a lot about how much time you spend online than you may want to re-evaluate your time spent and if you can't seem to do that than taking more drastic might be in your better
my sanity check and creative outlet..he totally understands..as i do not have a job yet,i am the one at home with the kids and its totally crazy
also, we own a christian team blog to which he contributes when he has the chance..stil, the money -making again, he doesnt believe it, but then neither do i...yet
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