Knowing when you are spending too much time on the Internet is tricky for several reasons. You could be working, in which case getting a project done can be more important than your health. You could doing artistic projects that suck you in losing track of time. You could just lose track of time. Whatever the reason spending too much on the Internet has several bad effects you should consider. Between 50-90% of all people that work computers a lot has something called computer vision syndrome. This can effect your ability to focus on objects close to your vision. This usually doesn’t start having bad effects until after 40. Another bad effect is maintaining posture. It’s really hard to keep good posture when looking at a screen and sitting at a desk. There is tools that can help like this one: Computer Posture But no matter how proper your posture without getting up and stretching at least once an hour you will have bad effects from it. There is even a clinical addition to the Internet that had really bad effects. You can read this list to see if you on that path: The following symptoms are typical of online addicts: Feelings of […]
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The super wealthy want us to think if they pay fair taxes it will take them out of prosperity and effect business which will lower wages. It will not, billionaires can pay more taxes and thier businesses will be fine and they will still be super rich. Almost all of them pay the least they can to employees no matter how much taxes they pay.
I have this habit I started about 3 years ago where I ask myself or Bernard if he is next to me. What should I focus on today. Don’t get me wrong, some days I want to focus on nothing. I have gotten pretty good at doing nothing when I can do it. For most days though, I need to get stuff done for work. Mainly, this is so I can have those non-focus days. After asking myself what to focus on for years, I started adding some extra things to the list. I ask these in the morning before starting work. This doesn’t mean it’s all I focus on, it does help you knock out the things you tend to put on the back burner. Stuff that needs to be done is carried on your back, trust me… not having stuff to do is a great feeling. So before you head to work ask yourself these: What should I focus on? It doesn’t have to be one thing but it should more specific than “work” or “fitness” For work, think more like “make an article” or “improve your website”. For fitness try something like, “do cardio” or “focus on legs” (I hate squats, […]