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    Apprentice Designer cesco's Avatar
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    I usually ...... better dont think about it toooo long

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    8-12 hours for me

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    besides meeting with clients and a couple of hours of lazing i am mostly online... anything between 13-16 hrs

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    I also spent a lot of time online. It is interesting though, that when I have busy days away, I don't really miss it...

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    tooo much!

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    not enough!

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    I have lost track

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    The correct question is "how much time do you spend offline" hahaha..... more easy

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    I have to agree with "too much.." ;D

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    around 8 hours. morning 4 evening 4.
    but on Sundays more than 12

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    a lot, and I just noticed by buttcheeks are sore

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    Five mins now + 2 hours later + 2 mins afterwards + 4 hours later than that + 1 hour after having something to eat + 2 before going to bed... Im really bad at maths, Im a freelance designer... it is just to much time, but I love it.
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    me?.... 12-14 hrs
    even i eat in front of the monitor

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    I spend most of my day on the computer lol.

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    6 Hours

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    8 hours and if i want... i could spend my time almost 14 hours a day...

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    Way too much. Wait okay on-line is not too bad but on my computer pretty much entire days. 9 hours at work 3-5 additional hours at home then re-peat. I should go sketch at a coffee house this weekend.
    Last edited by NyeLynTho; 04-16-2012 at 12:56 PM.

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    I think I'm averaging on 9 to 12 hours.

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    If you think you are spending too much of your time online and believe that this practice is no longer healthy, then these tips may help you put an end to this addiction. These are pointers that helped me lessen my obsession to internet. From spending 10-15 hours online before, now I am satisfied with 3-5 hours browsing my favorite sites. Here it goes.
    1. Limit your internet usage. Consider those around you who also want to use the computer that you are using (if its not your own).
    2. Think of how much you can save on your electricity bill if you shorten your online surfing.
    3. Take into account the damages that this habit can cause your health. It can lead to poor eyesight and bad posture. It can also affect your eating habits, which can bring about more serious health disorders.
    4. Excessively getting into the cyber world can have an effect on your social life. You need to spend time with your family and friends, too.
    5. You are setting aside your other obligations and the only way to attend to these is to reduce your time surfing the internet.

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    would me saying that I have the keys t,y,u,i,o,f,g,h,j,k,l,c,v,b,n,m imprinted on my face everytime I get up summon up my addiction lol..Way to long

    Thanks for asking :?D

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