Reasons why I love the internet

Hey readers,

 Could you imagine being without the internet….no me neither *sweating profusely at the thought*. The internet is my dear friend and it has helped me so much just as a parent which I would be at a total loss without it. I have made a list of the reasons why I am thankful for having such an amazing tool.

  1. The internet is where you can find advice and talk with like minded people and generally just feel a sense of solidarity. Whether that be topics depression, parenthood etc where in face-to-face be really difficult to talk to you can relax with a cuppa in a relaxed environment and talk openly with people in a similar situation.
  2. The social media offers a variety of platforms such as blogging allowing you to meet others with similar interests and gain valuable knowledge, find a sense of identity and learn about yourself and the topics your interested in.
  3. The internet can be a fun way to get information on a whole host of topics and it is so easy to access 24/7. 
  4. The internet lets you meet people from all around the world regardless of distance, money etc. It also provides a wider learning experience as your not limited to what you know but learn about different cultures,opinions and perspectives. 
  5. When buying products you can enquire and get information about your purchases. What with more reviews and feedback from consumers this has helped give a bigger picture of weighing up whether to buy an item or not. The net also gives you the opportunities to explore different avenues giving you more of a consumer choice. This would not have been possible years ago as pre internet you would be stuck with the shops you could access. Now in this modern day you have more choice.
  6. Research has shown that internet therapy has helped the reduction of onset post-natal depression as you can talk about your experiences leaving you feel less isolatied. Not only that meeting other parents can be a motivator and  help make you feel better in your mood. Even if it just learning about other people’s experiences or knowing that you are not alone with having negative feelings and knowing that others have manned their depression can make you feel better.
  7. Opportunities can arise though the interest such as open university degrees, meetig new people or gaining aspirations to name a few can be down to logging on the internet and connecting to the online community. 
Cheers for reading.

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16 thoughts on “Reasons why I love the internet

  1. I am so far from my family but I can connect with them anytime w/o paying so much with the internet! Skype, FB is just few of the ways that I can talk to my family at home so I am most thankful that we have internet =) #sharewithme


  2. Through a miscommunication with our internet company (I”m still mad about it actually!) our Internet was shut down for 4 days once. I was a sobbing mess on the floor by Day 3. I freelance online, I communicate online, I pay all our bills online. Our phone goes through our Internet connection too, so that was also down! I'd be lost without Google. Sad but true.


  3. Agree with all your list. The internet is great for connecting people – we have family spreading from the west coast of Canada to Malaysia and Australia and a number of friends in NZ, so Facebook and Skype are invaluable for keeping in touch. And social media is perfect if you're a perennial procrastinator like me. Now what was I supposed to be doing again? 😉


  4. I agree! As a teacher I also needed it on Friday. We were tasting vegetable soup and were trying to name the veggies in it. One was leek but none of the kids knew what that was, so up came Google images to save the day. Couldn't do without it now.


  5. Must be a heaven sent to have easy access to talk to people living aboad. I'm with you on the procrastination though this good if your dieting and distracts you from food 🙂


  6. Google is a great educational tool along with YouTube. My son is forever wanting to know and it is great as visual aid to help him understand 🙂


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