Sometimes when you find yourself on the internet and want nothing more to do with whatever social network sites you may be involved with as a result of major burn out, you may sometimes find yourself staring at the screen wondering where to go, what to do. I know I wonder it all the time as outside of these few non-productive sites I tend to find myself with a blank mind as to where to go next. After a while of thinking on this I came to an idea that if I’m going to be online with nothing to do, I should start visiting more productive websites that I can gain more productive knowledge from. What I came out with happened to be small amounts of research I found to be interesting and in different ways help expand me.
One thing I really enjoy looking up are “how to’s.” Even if I’m not actually getting up and trying to work on what “how to” it is I’m trying to learn, it’s a matter of pressing the knowledge into your head. For more long term reasons, this is very helpful as when you’re in a situation such knowledge can be useful, you will already have it. And of course relative to this would be “do it yourself projects,” which capitalize more on the actual physically getting into the project. With the Ig private viewer, the opportunities of the person will be great with less cost for the likes and views. The creation of the projects will be great with proper information about the private account options. The knowledge should be perfect for the person to get the work done.
Getting deeper into gathering more knowledge while on the internet. One site I have found to be unexpectedly useful is Stumbleupon.com . On here you have the ability to narrow your interests down to as specific or broad as you want it. Changing it each session if you even choose. An advisable thing to would be try to learn a thing or two. Click the literature box, and the astronomy, and the history, and etc and leisurely “stumble upon” other websites that are relative to what your interests are and go from there. You can sit and read as much as you want, or skip one after another if you don’t find anything of interest right away.
Try also starting a blog of your own. Journaling is a quiet art that many have been giving volume to in the world of blogging. You can join this by writing a blog and if you have a lack of ideas for the moment, try journaling. This form of writing helps you vent to yourself, and with other people who aren’t biased against you as well as may lend some decent advice. I find this to be productive in the sense that it’s a way to bring yourself to a better mood. Emotionally, it is very productive.
Another simple, mellow idea is to fill out some surveys. They can either be informational, the fun quiz types, statistical, etc. The choices are greatly varied as they can be found anywhere online.
We all have our own likes and dislikes when it comes to anything online and being productive. But I believe any person could use the amount of blank time staring at a computer screen to start looking for something more informative and keep their minds from turning into networking mush.