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Wednesday, 30 August 2017

Where People Can''t Live Without The Internet.


Have you ever wondered, how fit and healthy you could be, if you spent less time on the internet and more time exercising? I have. When I tell youngsters old timers like me survived very well before the internet and smart phones, they look agog. One thing for sure, I've got to get out more.

More on this article here.

Eddie

19 comments:

Valerie-Jael said...

Perhaps the right mixture helps - keep moving, go out, but use the internet to keep in touch, too. Hugs, Valerie

A Quiet Corner said...

Well, you already know my routine...gym three mornings, Tai Chi twice a week, kayaking in good weather...internet is "when I have time"...like now with early AM coffee...:)JP

George Pereira said...

surprised to see india at the top because a big section is not connected. then noticed it was an online poll ie.poll among people already connected. also india has a large young population. they feel uneasy when they can't get online.

Tom said...

...it's harder everyday.

only slightly confused said...

Wow...Canada didn't even make the list. Confirms my suspicians that we really don't exist.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, I remind myself everyday to move more! Enjoy your day and the week ahead!

Lois said...

Something to think about!

RO said...

I know I'm glued to the Internet way too much and need to do more moving around. Great reminder! Hugs...RO

Adam said...

You wouldn't think India per se to be so tech savy

Elephant's Child said...

No Australia either. Sadly we are addicted too. My time off line is valuable - and there should be more of it.

bill burke said...

Good advice. I walk everyday and cut back my time on the internet about 2 months ago and I love it.

Revrunner said...

Lots to see, and do, and then blog about. :-)

Jenn Jilks said...

Yum! Sadly, I cannot put arugula in our meals!!!!

Conniecrafter said...

I accidently dropped my phone in the toilet and it totally fried my phone, I went an evening and the whole next day and by the 3rd day morning we decided it was time to get me a new one, hubby missed being able to text me at anytime and I check news and text with our daughter and friends, it felt like I wasn't connected anymore, I know that isn't the internet but it is weird how easy you can get dependant on things

Carol Blackburn said...

Well, at least I stand at my computer station when I am on the internet and I am often doing lower body exercises during my browsing and chatting too. I am a severe multitasker.

Kezzie said...

You are right! We would be much healthier!

Linda said...

Yes, I need to limit my time on Facebook. But I grew up with no internet and I could certainly live without it.

Magic Love Crow said...

I honestly try not to be on the internet all the time! So happy Canada isn't on this list!

Phil Slade said...

Surprising stats there. I imagined Japan would be top of that table. On the whole the Internet is a force for good - education, communication although I do agree we should not overuse it. By the way the school holidays are finished but I never seen so few kids out playing etc. Are they all on the Internet and/or watching telly all day?