This past week our internet was down for quite some time. Unfortunately it was down right around the time of my Latinitas article submission and a scholarship I was applying for. I figured everything out, but there was a lot of complaining on my behalf.
I just never realized how much of a necessity the internet was in my life. It's weird to refer to it as a "necessity" too, but it's true. I use it for everything. My homework, my contacts, my writing, everything! It's all on the internet and it was incredibly hard to adjust to making everything work without it. I mean, in some cases it was easy, I just had to start doing my math homework out of the textbook rather than online, but when it came time to submitting scholarship information or my Latinitas article--I was lost! I felt so incredibly pathetic! I felt spoiled. I felt snobby. I felt awful. How in the world had I become to dependent on something so just...aah!
I mean, to be fair my scholarship and article were both things that had to be done online so I had the right to be frustrated with the lack of internet and lost, but regardless. I cannot figure out how my dependency got a little crazy.
Is anyone else like this?
What's something you've realize has become a necessity in your life?