I don’t watch a lot of TV. The Office, 24, Cubs/Bears games, and I that’s about it. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t particularly think watching TV is detrimental to your life like some would have you believe. However, I do think that punching in for 5 hours per night is a little excessive.
If you are hooked on the tube and want to make some changes to your evening productivity levels in 2008, Ririan has a good primer to get your wheels turning.
“Nearly every household (99 percent in USA) has at least one TV and most have more. We spend hundreds of dollars per person for cable and satellite TV each year and watch the equivalent of about 70 days of television (more if you’re over 65)…”
His recent post includes 14 different ideas for you to consider. Is this even an issue anymore or is everyone sitting in front of YouTube or Dumb Little Man instead?
Getting Unplugged: How to Break the TV Habit at The Ririan Project