The internet has become a place that we spent most of our quality time and has also given us an opportunity to learn new things in our everyday life and also improve our skills. So now a day is so easy to get what you want almost anything that is in your scope of interest within a few clicks.
The web has become a large space that is endless playfield for us, still sometimes we find our self’s scrolling on our social media like a zombies, trying to find something new and exciting.
Same as the way the old generation use to scroll through channels on our TV.
So no doubt since you are reading you might be one of those who scroll down on their social media trying to find some new and exciting things on the web and also looking for a way to spend your quality time on the net.
So in this article I shall be guiding you on ways you can spend quality time on the net and turn the boring scrolling down of pages into some quality time browsing.
- Ease Off On Your Social Media.
For those of us that are beginners on the web, is advisable you should not try to spend your quality time on the net, but is not that you should stop using your social media but you should try to ease on them.
Scrolling down your social media can take a lot of your time and even take a lot of your data without you even noticing. Think about what you used to gain from social media even though sometime there are useful thing, but most of it are narcissistic selfies, annoying ads, and semi funny video that you might forget the next day.
So it is not worth it spending your quality time on social media.
- Try To Learn Something New From The Web.
The web is a large space where you can learn a lot form as we have said before so the net is full of knowledge that you can acquire. Spending time trying to learn something new from your computer or online education courses are all worth spending your time on because you get to learn new things on your own and also learn whatever your interest is.
- Inspire Yourself And Look For A Hobby.
The net is great place to get inspired about your job or hobby. By browsing website like pinterest might help you learn some new stuff like design and cooking and fashion and any other DIY activities.
So reading through all these kind of website and many other like it which you can read about different idea and you might also get inspired.
You can also share your own idea and help someone that is looking to try something new.
- Read Books Online.
Both learning and reading on the internet are easy and practical, but for some, nothing could compare to holding a great book. On a website like Goodreads you can find thousands of books with user reviews and ratings.
With an additional few clicks, you can order a title you like and have it on your bookshelf in no time.
- Be Creative And Try To Write Something.
Not everybody has the talent to be a writer, but you can’t know this for sure unless you try it. If you have something interesting to say, you can start your own blog and write about everyday life experiences. It is not necessary to write for an audience though. Collect your thoughts and starts writing a diary that can help you get a perspective on how things are going.
- Be Smart Before You Bought Things Online
Shopaholics love the Internet as they can order almost anything without leaving the comfort of their home. However, you should not spend tons of money on useless stuff just because you can order them.
Make a list of what you really need, and only then should you start browsing online shops. Try to find coupons and special offers that will save you money. Check out the deals on Groupon, a great site that has thousands of free printable coupons and promo codes.
Get well thought-out
When you have a little bit of free time, you should use it to clean up the files on your computer. Start with your inbox messages, make shortcuts on your browser, and delete old bookmarks.
Hi, I’m Abduljabbar an aspiring blogger, i am Physicist by education and blogger by profession. I have started this with the passion of sharing my little knowledge with my readers.