Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Time constraints

There was a time in the initial stages of the birth of the internet when I did not have one, I used to watch at least 2 movies each day and it is quite the opposite. I have rarely have time to even watch once a week. This is how time constraints I have become and I believe many more people like have too. Marriage, kids, internet, work and all the other distractions make it very hard to do anything entertaining. But I believe that the biggest culprit that have regarding time constraints is the Internet which is so addictive that it takes a big chunk of my time. Even when I am done with it, I have to go back after a while since there is sometimes nothing on television.

But apart from the Internet, there are many other distractions that make me feel like I had more than 24 hours in the day and I can sleep less to concentrate on my things but by the end of the day, I am too tired to do anything meaningful. I don’t know about you but the routine sometimes gets to me. From Monday to Friday evening, the only thing you do is wake up, go to work, come back, spend some time with your family (if you are lucky enough to leave your office by 5 P.M.) and eat dinner and then go to sleep. I don’t know about you but it does not seem to me as very productive. During the weekends, you have ample time to do some stuff, but then you are also tired from your work to relax a little bit and then the whole routine starts again. These time constraints don’t let you develop your full potential and you get relegated to a common person without contributing anything extra to your life.

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