To all intents and purposes, I am still 'offline'. I have been 'lurking' during the working week, but that is not via my home computer (which is, I think, kaput *looks at computer forlornly*) and thus my access is...curtailed (for want of a better word)...until my very lovely friend (thank you lovely friend) ascertains whether or not I have broken my computer irrevocably. So, for those of you who think I am ignoring you/your blogs - I'm not! Honest! It's just that time constraints and...certain cookies *looks sideways at Kris* may not be appropriate for certain computers (if you catch up drift).
Anyway, being offline over the weekend got me to thinking...how much time do I actually spend online? Quite a bit, considering how many chores I managed to complete on the weekend *grin* However, I am still utilizing (antiquated) dial-up at home, and will be for a while longer. One hour on broadband (or whatever it is called where you live *grin*) roughly equates to five hours on dial-up IMO...and that is a HUGE chunk of one day!
So, I was wondering, do you (and if so how) balance online and offline? Or is that just a really silly question?