"According to University of Texas professor Elizabeth Vandewater, for every hour a kid regularly watches television, his overall time in creative activities—from fantasy play to arts projects—drops as much as 11 percent."
I came across this article after a weekend of plenty of holiday parties (too much wine) and lots of television (too much television). Between the two activities, I had little energy left to get exciting about a freelance project, to write for me, to call my family, or to pick up a new book.
I did, however, have enough energy to browse the internets in search of something fun, engaging, inspiring. It started with potential travel destinations, then potential apartments, then potential ways to kick today's feeling. This quote make me want to kick my TV out, too.
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