There are only about eight (of the 62) channels we actually watch . . .so by my math, we're paying almost $8.00 per channel. So, we decided to shut it off.
I've never really been much of a TV watcher, anyway. There are a few shows that I particularly enjoy, but I'm not one to set my clock by what day/time a show is on.
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I actually remember wwwwaaaayyyy back when, the girls at work would always come in the day after Seinfeld was on and talk about how funny the episode was. I had no idea what they were talking about . . I'd never seen the show. When I told them that, they all looked at me like I was from another planet. To this day, I've seen maybe three episodes.
Anyway, since we have shut off the cable, I've noticed a few things around here.
1. My husband and I got into the really bad habit of watching TV while eating dinner in the studio. Now, we actually sit at the dining room table again and have a conversation.
2. I read the news now. I think it's better for me because I get all the important information without being bombarded with graphic images.
3. Finally, I've noticed a much lower bill. . . . $62.00 lower. (Hey . . .that's at least one new pair of shoes!)
How about you? Have you made any changes lately that have had a positive impact on you?
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