Disabling the Internet to Improve Productivity

no Internet today

I’ve written before about my issues with concentration and productivity. One of my biggest problems is with the Internet. It’s a fabulous resource, but it’s also a huge time suck. If you’re a very disciplined person you may not find it to be a problem, but if you’re easily distracted it’s hard to “quickly” check your email or look up one fact. That quick look easily becomes a lost hour or two as you navigate around to other sites and “quickly” check just a couple of more things.

When I was working to improve my concentration (and even now) I found lots of resources that helped me deal with the Internet problem. There are many free


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2 Responses to Disabling the Internet to Improve Productivity

  1. creditcardfree says:

    Wow! You taught me something new. I didn’t realize there were all these tools available. I sure could use some of those myself! Turns out SA is a bit addictive, too. :)

  2. Gailete says:

    I guess I’m not addicted, but I can’t block my internet since that is how we make money. I also get entertainment from it. I’m always happy to be done for the day and go back to my current book or sewing project thought. My problem is I would rather read than do just about anything else and that doesn’t work so well to try to get all the books out of my house.

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