Moving house means a new start and deciding what matters, so maybe it’s time to admit that television no longer needs to be a part of my life
Call me crazy, but I’m thinking about doing away with the TV.
I’ve been living without one for the past while, and to be honest I’ve barely noticed its absence. Mind you, I have been up to my neck in either packing boxes, unpacking boxes, giving things to charity shops, or just generally losing my mind, you know, the way you do when you move house and suddenly realise there are a million...
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