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getting rid of cable

well, today is the day that I call and cancel my cable subscription. today could not be a more appropriate testament to why i do not need my current subscription. i am away from the house on the weekends like most weekend so in total i only have 20 hours a week available to watch tv after getting home, and i don’t watch near 20 hours a week.

i referred to the alternatives that i would use in an earlier post: media solutions

  1. February 25, 2010 at 5:38 pm

    Congrats on getting rid of cable! We got rid of it several years ago and haven’t looked back! Be prepared for friends and family to try to persuade you to get it turned back on, however!

    Last year we finally let go of the television and DVD player. We use the computer for all of our video watching so it had sat unused for a couple of years. We don’t miss it a bit, though some of my friends strangely feel the loss!

    I just found this blog. What I have read I like. Keep up the good work!

  2. February 26, 2010 at 5:27 am

    getting rid of cable has been a huge relief, and it gives me more time for writing, family, and work.

    i aspire to be where you are with no television at all Annie.

    thank you for the words of encouragement, and you keep up your good work as well.

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