We all live with one common addiction and that is web addiction. We have internet access on your computers, laptops, tablets and even our mobile phones. We have access to the web at home, office, car, bus, and everywhere we go. So, what happens if one day you wake up to discover there is no internet signal at the place where you’re present? We’re sure the first reaction is going to be terrifying. Your mails, your clients, your friends, all of them are there on the internet. With this, your shopping carts, your games, and even your food, your TV, YouTube and everything imaginable is all on the internet. So, if the worse is here to stay – A day without internet, here’re the 6 most interesting things that you can use to compensate the absence of the World Wide Web.
6. Read a Book:
Whether you like the same old Hard Cover Novels, or prefer reading on the Kindle, if there’s no internet, and there’s a book you’ve been meaning to read for long time this is the day for it. Just grab the book, take a nice open corner by the window and prepare a mug full of coffee and be seated. We’re so sure since there is no internet there is nothing to disturb you at all. You won’t look at your phone often to check for messages, you won’t open your inbox for mails, or even get distracted by something more interesting on the internet.
5. Write a Blog:
We’re all writers today, and we all lead such diverse lives, there’s no shortage of stories we can tell others. You can write about your interests, your work, your personal life, or even write about ways to spend a day without the internet. Moreover, we’ve become so dependent on the internet; it’s difficult for us to pen down a single word without consulting it. But, in its absence, we’re sure the colors of your creativity will shine brighter.
4. Try a New Coffee Shop:
If you like food great and even when you don’t like food, it’s great to try a new Coffee Shop to spend time. For once you won’t be looking for a coffee shop to serve the web, but for actually enjoying a cup of coffee with some nice cake and cookies. Moreover, the winters are here, and there isn’t a better time to go exploring your own town and sipping some great freshly brewed coffee. Take your friend along or just go alone, the point is to stay away from internet and spend some meaningful time.
3. Go Out for a Walk:
When was the last time you ever went out for a walk? We’re not talking about a power walk to stretch your muscles, but a long walk across new paths. If there’s no internet around, you know you have all the time in the world to go loitering around the town, or even moving some distance away from the town. Internet the biggest distraction that doesn’t let you relax for even a minute is not going to be there to disturb you. So, put on your walking shoes, take your dog along, or call your friends and go walking. Who knows nature might amaze you like never before.
2. Cook a Meal:
How long has it been since you cooked a meal for the family or yourself. Not having the internet means you have plenty of time through the day, which you may not know how to use. So, get to the kitchen, look up for ingredients you may need for preparing an entire meal and get started. Cook a variety of dishes; spend time reading recipes if there are any lying around the house. Remember, there is no internet where you can look up recipes, all your help is your own creativity and imagination.
1. Play a real sport:
NFS, GTA , FIFA if this is how you’ve been spending short breaks in office or at home, this one day when the internet is not there, try going out into the field with a basketball, football, volleyball, or try your hand at the sport of your choice. If you have kids around, take them cycling around new offbeat roads, or go running with them. Boost your physical energy for once. When the internet is not there, and you it won’t return for the rest of the day, there’s nothing to call you back from your game.