I did my presentation in class today. I chose myself to be first so I wouldn't slack off. And in full out honestly, not gonna brag, I think I had the best presentation out of the entire class, and nearly all of my mates agree with me. It was a really good presentation. Then it hit me, because I relapsed yesterday (and today. Lord forgive me.) I spend all my time, productively and recreationally, all on the Internet. Schools have taught us about emphasizing the amazingness of the internet, and I definitely have seen it. Google Slides, Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Drive, Youtube, Wikipedia, Netflix. Instagram. Pinterest.The Dinosaur T-Rex game when you're not connected to WiFi on Google Chrome. We all have an internet addiction, and it just makes me mad and depressed that even though I'm doing great in life, I still fell back to my old habits due to the one thing that gives me access to anything I could've possibly ever imagined: the Internet. Any advice? And don't tell me to stop using Instagram and deactivate my account. I don't use it 24/7. I need it to contact people, for real. It's being on the computer all day being productive, then getting sidetracked.