Chaired Glued to my butt
February 11, 2007 6:06pm CST
Okay I once was addicted to myspace and my chair became glued to my butt. I then got a job. I left my job after three years and started working online ( www.madlilly.com and www.madlilly.com/theworkingfromhome/index.htm )... Today is the longest day I've ever sat glued to my computer. I've been online for over 11 hours. I'm slightly embarrassed by this fact. I am currently looking for another job, going to interviews and such. But until I get a new job I've been using the internet to bring in some form of income. I have the feeling that mylot is going to be addicting to me. Being that I like to talk and write. Is anyone going through a similar feeling about the chair being glued to their butts? What is your suggestion for breaking away from the computer?
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12 Feb 07
We share the same waterloos: talking and writing. But I cannot possibly spend very long periods in the computer as there are still other things to do. I enjoy sharing ideas and thoughts in mylot and my experiences to those who show some interests to know them. Perhaps you should pursue getting a job which will require you to report to an office. Somehow, you are that much glued to the computer because you are working homebased. The danger there is your social life. You might be forgetting that there is a need for people to mingle with others.
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12 Feb 07
I just spent the past three years "mingling" with a staff of over 5,000 people. It's kind of nice not having to talk to people all the time. 8 hours of talking (I was the person that taught people how to use their computers) to people and hearing their stupid computer questions can be rough. I never got a chance to sit down. Hand to stand while teaching. I think my butt may be making up for lost time... But I'm logging off right now... Until Tomorrow~ Goodnight