Guys I have cut the proverbial cord – the cable cord. Saving money all over the place, which feels good. Have a whole lot of free time and less mental clutter. The challenge? Harnessing all this new found energy into something productive.
I ain't gonna lie *no Fifty Tyson* I had some withdrawals. This past Sunday was the debut of the new Real Housewives of Atlanta. YET, I did not bow, I did not bend. I held my ground and surprise, my bank account is pleased.
I cannot believe how much time I wasted on my reality shows. All of the time I could have spent working on my book.
Yeah, remember that?
My mind is clearer. I abhor drama in my own personal life yet I had opted to allow other people's drama into my home for entertainment's sake. Surely real life has more to offer. In 2012, I am going to find out.
SN: I have rediscovered PBS. They need the viewership, right? Ah, Charlie Rose, how I have missed thee!
Freeing myself of cable is the gift that keeps on giving.
6 thoughts on “I Gave Up Cable, Now What?”
Hey there. Nice post. I, too, am cableless and think it’s an answer from God (even though I don’t realize it 100%). I like your writing style. Here’s to wishing for more success in putting pen to paper.
I don’t want the bill but want the service. Yet another reason to get married sooner rather than later. The new spouse could pay for it. #team need more channels
Welcome to the site, TC. Yes. I just cant give my money away anymore. Most of the time Im working or flipping thu channels. The end result (more money) is so exciting, I never want to go back.
Ur the second woman today to tell me that they are marrying to have a man pay their bills. lol Free yourself, TB, Free yourself! lol
A spouse is a helpmate. I’m gone need some help on the cable bill.
Im not judging u, lol.