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Good alternative to not watching screens while doing things?

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So I like to watch YouTube when I'm cleaning, playing games, ect. I Like having stuff going on in the background,

But I'm starting to think it's a bad habbit, because it's messing with me, and I think I watch too much YouTube. So I'm gonna stop watching for about a few weeks. It's also no great for my eyes esspecially at night. Because I play it at night because I like having a light on with something going on.

But I still like things going on in the background when I'm playing stuff. I do play some music, but I've got a new phone and so far only have three songs on it.

But does anyone have any ideas on something that could be in the background to entertain me enough without YouTube? I was thinking maybe an ebook or something. But I'm not really sure.

Any ideas?
 
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- as far as music goes look for some playlists, whole artist discographies, and/or video game or movie soundtracks. spotify is free if you don't mind ads every so often.

- podcasts are another option, i don't know a whole lot myself but i'm sure there's some for just about every interest

- ebooks are alright i guess? i'm not a fan of them but it depends on the person i suppose
 
- as far as music goes look for some playlists, whole artist discographies, and/or video game or movie soundtracks. spotify is free if you don't mind ads every so often.

- podcasts are another option, i don't know a whole lot myself but i'm sure there's some for just about every interest

- ebooks are alright i guess? i'm not a fan of them but it depends on the person i suppose
I hadn't thought about podcasts, that would be a good idea.

A question about Spotify, does it require internet to work?
 
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