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Know when to take a break

Take time away from the Internet and do more things that make you forget to check your phone.

Anne Lamott puts it this way, “Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a few minutes, including you.

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Websites can be faked; reviews can be faked; identities can be faked; news can be faked; photos can be faked; videos can be faked.

It is crucial to remain true to yourself and be the same person you're online and offline.

Information is great and mostly positive, but it still has its limitations.

It is remarkable that great minds produce fantastic content for free on the Internet.

Advertisers pay many websites based on how many page views they receive. The site owner's business plan is to get as many people clicking onto and within their website to earn more income. They don't care if they are providing value.

The information never ends.

A great aspect of the Internet is that you can find any information 24/7. That also makes it the most dangerous.

Even if you disagree with it, not every negative statement about your diet, industry, religion, lifestyle, or political party is a personal attack on you.

The Internet has become a platform for comparison. We can compare our homes' size, the model of our car, the vacations, even the food we eat.

Talk with your friends, sure, but if you want to increase your enjoyment of the Internet and life in general, steer clear of debating politics with strangers.

The Internet can be a powerful tool for good or a terrible waste of time. The difference is if you are using it to create instead of consuming.

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