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23 July 2004 @ 09:11 pm
Okay, I think I'll get on IRC on Friday evenings and Saturdays, but avoid it on other days. That shouldn't interfere with the job hunt and all that, and keep it from taking over my life, but still allow me to kick back and enjoy myself with friends online.

On that same note, I'll probably be trimming my friends list a bit. I hope nobody takes this personally, but I've got a lot of people on there and my friends page gets a lot of posts as a result. Since LJ seems to be the thing that's demanding most of my attention online, I'm going to try to cut back a bit in hopes that this will let me cut back a bit on 'Net usage in general. *crosses fingers*

Called the shrink to make an appointment. Left a message. Haven't heard back. Feel like I'm spinning my wheels and not getting anywhere.
Current Mood: distresseddistressed
(Anonymous) on July 24th, 2004 05:32 am (UTC)
You'd be surprised at just how much of a difference cutting back on 'net usage makes. It forces you to entertain yourself in other ways, and you end up feeling more accomplished and excercised.

Been there. Had to finally kick myself off of the 'puter and do other things for a long time. About to do it again, too. I move tomorrow, and there's no high speed access at the new place. Looks as if I'll have plenty of time to organize my life.

Keep at it on the job hunt, and don't be scared off easily by things that don't appeal to you with a prospective employer. I bit the bullet on a job that didn't pay any more than I was getting, but the surroundings are going to be a huge improvement, and the company is top notch in its field.

Hang in there, man.

- Wing'
Virtue and wine: croc omg!ocarina on July 28th, 2004 01:12 am (UTC)
Oh, just noticed I was cut, so wanted to tell you I do't take it personally, but I will continue to steal your time by writing long comments in your posts. Or short ones. YOU CANNOT ESCAPE!

Probably a good idea trimming the list if you need to cut down on internet time, though. Frank just doesn't read his and relies on me to tell him everything because he's had to do similar things.