If you are the type of person who can’t finish a day without using the internet, then you might find yourself in trouble if you got cut off. Seeing as you are reading this article online, the internet offers a lot of possibilities to kill time. It’s also good to take a break from it all and find better things to do with your time. But in other cases that you are disconnected by late paid bills, electricity outage and slow speed rate. You can find that there are plenty of fun things to do without it. You may even use these tips to curb your internet use for good.  

1. Have offline backups

Nowadays you can watch videos and read articles offline. These backups are a good alternative if you are always disconnected from the internet. You can buy Blu-ray DVD copies of your favorite movies or buy the latest issue of the magazine you have been reading online. There are options for playing games offline too.

2. Watch TV

Watching TV has always been the favorite past time but since the creation of Netflix, more people are in tune to online streaming than ever before. But what if you can have that same privilege with TV? Besides a cable subscription, you can try installing a flat digital antenna and flip through the additional channels it can get you.

3. Get Updated 

Before the internet, the old ways of being updated is talking with the people around you, listening to the radio or reading through a newspaper. Besides the usual talk, you can get better conversations without any distractions. Face-to-face conversations can be more engaging that chat discussions. You can even play games in between to make things lighter and fun.

4. Improve your skills

Always being connected to the internet is a distraction that can hinder you from doing something you really want to do. This might not be the case for some, but you can do better if you stay away from having to browse everything on social media every 10 minutes. Creative skills like cooking, photography, sketching, and painting can be more productive without the internet.

5. Movie nights

Check out what’s in your local cinema and have a movie night with your friends. You can also organize one in your home by having your own mini projector or a mobile screencast. It’s a fun way to reconnect with your friends and enjoy a good film and snacks while you’re at it.

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