Personal Time #1LinerWeds John Holton One-Liner Wednesday February 10, 2021February 9, 2021 1 Minute You ever want to do this? I have… One-Liner Wednesday is brought to you each week by Linda Hill and this station. And now a word about Camel filter cigarettes. Share this:EmailLike this:Like Loading... Published by John Holton Internet disc jockey, lover of old TV (especially the commercials), inveterate wise guy. View all posts by John Holton Published February 10, 2021February 9, 2021 Post navigation Previous Post Song of the Day: Larry Adler, “Night And Day”/”Tiger Rag”Next Post Weekly Song Challenge, Week 6 17 thoughts on “Personal Time #1LinerWeds” Pingback: The Presidents’ Day Week That Was – The Sound of One Hand Typing At work we have a healthy points challenge to detox from technology. I think they realize burnout is a real thing. I turned off my notifications on my cell to save battery life. Not sure if that helps but I have noticed I am less jumpy. Turning off the phone is one of the best things on that list. LikeLike I keep my phone with me at night, because I use the flashlight (Siri recognizes “Hey Siri, turn on/off the flashlight”), but I’m learning not to log on and check WordPress and mail. You do definitely sleep better if you aren’t looking at it all night… LikeLiked by 1 person I do enjoy that Siri flashlight. Very handy. LikeLiked by 1 person Not everything on the list, but yeah. LikeLike Burning your house down is a little extreme… LikeLiked by 1 person Hahaha – that is one that I left out. LikeLiked by 1 person Oh, John, this made me laugh and laugh. The kickoff that reminded me of all the unplugging I haven’t done, the constant dings on my phone…but the burn your house down really tickled me! Thanks for the giggles. LikeLike “Disappear under mysterious circumstances” was my favorite… LikeLike 🤣 LikeLike I thought it was a good one… LikeLiked by 1 person Oh man, I love that saying! The cigarette commercial just makes me shake my head. So funny to see these. LikeLike I run the cigarette ads because it’s been 50 years in the US since TV ads were banned. Some of the commercials were pretty well-done. LikeLike I like being accessible, but there are some folks I rarely respond to because they’re so energy-draining. LikeLike I know what that’s like, trust me… LikeLiked by 1 person I am very good at not being accessible, although I’ve never gone so far as to burn the house down. Just delete FB and you’ll be off to a good start. LikeLiked by 1 person I still have it. It’s kind of helpful to stay in touch with family. I still automatically post messages there when I have a new blog post, but I don’t spend a whole lot of time there, sometimes just once every couple of weeks, just to clear the notifications. LikeLiked by 1 person Comments are closed.