Photo: Federico Morando
In the era of internet age and the beauty of informations, I could sit in front my laptop all day until midnight, just doing blank surfing that contributes nothing to productivity. I see myself turned into information junkie that I can swallow any informations — most of them are unnecessary — clouded on the internet.
The information on the internet is so beauty, I could lost touch with reality. If my mind isn’t sanity enough, I would let myself careless about being a good father, and lover; and sit down in front of PC, and ignore all my responsibilities for the day, because I need to quench my thirst of information addiction.
Without setting this intention clear, you can be easily distracted by the barrage of things online once you log on. Write a list of things you want to do that can only be done online. For example, say you’re writing a report and you need to research on the topic. You also want to check your mail for updates from clients. Then, follow this list and strike each item off once it’s completed. If you come across something online that’s not in your list, that’s a distraction and you should ignore it.