To stay up to date on world events, we use m and npr. org. If there is a big disaster, our parents and friends call to let us know. If there is a big sports game that Ryan wants to watch, he heads to a friends house. 1. No cable bill. We have saved over 5500 these past seven years by not having a cable bill (and that is a very conservative estimate). Not to mention what it would cost to buy a TV, speakers, dvd player, dvr, etc. Simple Green Smoothies It was autumn of 2004 and I had just married my high school sweetheart. Ryan and I were finishing our undergraduate work at CSU Long Beach and working insane jobs to keep the student loans at bay. But we honestly dont. We just dont have a TV. Interested in going TV free? Here are tips Ryan I came up with to help the transition: 1. Be intentional. Have specific things to replace your time like reading some classic books (we have enjoyed Robinson Crusoe.
3. We dont have to arrange our furniture with a TV in mind. Its nice to choose what is the focus of the room right now it is our hodge-podge wall of family pictures that dominate the living room.
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