Nine full workweeks.
During a nerdy time tracking experiment that I did last year, I found that I spent an average of 350 hours, or nine full workweeks per year, browsing Facebook.
Even worse, I spent only about 100 hours (less than a third of my Facebook time) engaging in…
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Thus begins my guest post for Paul Angone at All Groan Up. To read the rest of my post, go ahead and check out the link below:
Paul is awesome for (at least) two reasons. Firstly, he is hilarious. I mean, check out his criteria for being a “groan up:”
You Might Be A Groan Up If:
- You’re 18-35 years of age
- You can’t believe you’re married
- You can’t believe you’re NOT married
- You still giggle when someone says balls (maybe just a groan up guy thing)
Secondly, he has a super cool book coming out. Paul’s debut book Are You My Life?: Searching for Self, Faith, and a Freaking Job! hits bookstores early Spring 2012— but since you’re one of the cool kids, you can grab a free chapter in advance. Wheeeeee! Just click here to download your free chapter (I totally recommend it, especially if you’re a recent college graduate who’s all like, “WTF do I do nowww!!!??!!”).
Anyhow, here’s the link again to my guest post on All Groan Up:
PEACE OUT BEETCHES!
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