The 2010 TV Detox officially ended on Sunday and now that we’ve had time to catch up on some of our shows, it’s time to reflect on what we’ve learned from during our 31 days of detoxing.
Anything come up for you? Take some time right now to think of at least one revelation from your TV detox.
If you’d like to hear what I jotted down on my list, I vlogged it on YouTube.
If you’re using Internet Explorer, you may see a white box rather than the video. I’m looking into how to fix this but for now, please access the video directly from YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQToWL1TtCk.
Special thanks goes to Emmanuel Lopez – Motivatorman for contributing his video production (lighting was poor – my apologies!) and original music score for this video! Please visit http://motivatorman.com/ to learn more about Emmanuel’s varied talents as an award-winning illustrator, motivational specialist and social media consultant.
For all of you readers out there:
Hello! It’s Steph Miller, again, Head Health Nutter here on Live Lighter, a blog for people looking to lose weight naturally and permanently.
January was a phenomenal month for me and I have the 2010 TV Detox to thank.
In this bonus video, let’s review what we’ve learned from this month-long challenge.
For me, I learned:
Ist: I can easily live without TV. We even decided to cancel our satellite subscription & we’re now saving $150 a month!
2nd: This was a freeing experience! Not once did I make plans around catching the latest episodes of my favourite programs.
3rd: When I’m feeling down, TV and movies pick me up.
4th: I had a copious amount of time for other activities, for example, my relationships have never been stronger, I enjoyed 2 books in January AND got my finances under control.
5th: Keeping up with world events was a little challenging at first but easy enough to manage with radio, newspapers and by simply asking people.
What did you learn through your 2010 TV Detox? Please share your insights with us in a comment.
I hope you enjoyed this Live Lighter special group event and until next time, this is Steph Miller, Head Health Nutter, wishing you a healthy, balanced day.